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 +==== Medien - Wissen - Bildung: Medienbildung wozu? ====
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 +<​p>​ISBN 978-3-902936-54-7</​p>​
 +<​p>​290 Seiten<​br>​2016,​ <​em>​innsbruck</​em>​ university press • <​em>​i</​em>​up<​br>​
 +<​p><​a href="​https://​www.uibk.ac.at/​iup/​verlagsverzeichnis/​medien_wissen_bildung.html"​ target="​_blank">​Titel bei iup bestellen</​a></​td><​br>​
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 +<​p>​Theo Hug, Tanja Kohn, Petra Missomelius (Hg.)</​p>​
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 +<p style="​text-align:​ justify;">​Contributions by Ben Bachmair, Patrick Bettinger, Anna Chronaki, Manfred Faßler, Yvonne Fritze, Monica Gavrielidou,​ Geir Haugsbakk, Lisa Haußmann, Theo Hug, Rudolf Kammerl, Tanja Kohn, Rainer Leschke, Petra Missomelius,​ Heinz Moser, Stephan Münte-Goussar,​ Yngve Nordkvelle, Julius Othmer, Manuela Pietraß, Hans-Martin Schönherr-Mann,​ Andreas Weich.</​p>​
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 One might embrace neither euphoria nor paranoia, yet the question emerges: What does actually drive our fantasies of performance and optimization?​ Are we confronted with a self-referential autopoiesis of technology that subjugates the human body? Or does technological progress, on the contrary, satisfy bodily needs? How can we describe appropriately the interplay of bodies and technologies in the 21st century?</​p>​ One might embrace neither euphoria nor paranoia, yet the question emerges: What does actually drive our fantasies of performance and optimization?​ Are we confronted with a self-referential autopoiesis of technology that subjugates the human body? Or does technological progress, on the contrary, satisfy bodily needs? How can we describe appropriately the interplay of bodies and technologies in the 21st century?</​p>​
 +<p style="​text-align:​ justify;">​Contributions by Babette Babich, Noelia Bueno-Gómez,​ Tobias Eichinger, Magdalena Flatscher-Thöni,​ Karin Harrasser, Karl Leidmair, Andrea M. Leiter, Reinhard Margreiter, Petra Missomelius,​ Jörg-Uwe Nieland, Justus Piater, Stefan Selke, Anne Siegetsleitner,​ Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, Sven Stollfuß, Emre Ugur and Hannes Winner.</​p>​
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