- Culture and Technology
Andrew Murphie -- It' brings forward debates over the marriage of culture and technology, giving an insight to technology & culture, as synchronization of two domains (viz., people and machines).
- Hypertext 3.0: Critical Theory and New Media in an Era of Globalization (Parallax: Re-visions of Culture and Society) 3rd (third) Edition by Landow, George P.  -- "Challenges the reader... Because it invites (and nearly requires) readers to place themselves in more than one position: as a student of communication theory, as a student of computer science, as a student of academic publishing, or as a student of literature."—Paul Baker, Education PR Blog [source]
- Culture and Technology
Jennifer Daryl Slack
The Culture of Technology
Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology
Neil Postman -- "chronicles our transformation into a Technopoly: a society that no longer merely uses technology as a support system but instead is shaped by it--with radical consequences for the meanings of politics, art, education, intelligence, and truth."
Technology and Culture
Communication Theory: Power, Media, Gender, and Technology (Critical
Media Studies: Institutions, Politics, and Culture)
Sue Curry Jansen -- "Critical theorist, feminist, and censorship expert Sue Curry Jansen brings a fresh perspective to contemporary communication inquiry. Jansen engages two key questions at the heart of a critical politics of communication: What do we know? And how do we know it? The questions are not unique to our era, she notes, but our responses to them are our own. Looking at issues of globalization, science, politics, gender, social inequality, and other social formations that shape our world, this insightful book advocates a new agenda not only for communication research, but also for the writing_and language_that comes out of it."
Human-Built World: How to Think about Technology and Culture (science.culture)
Thomas P. Hughes
Culture: Leading Scientists Explore Societies, Art, Power, and Technology
Cinema and Technology: Cultures, Theories, Practices
Bruce Bennett -- "Rather than describing a technological "crisis," or separating the technological and aesthetic halves of the cinema, they present a manifold, expansive reconsideration of the life of technologies in the cultures, theories and practices of cinematic production and consumption."
The Body in Culture, Technology and Society (Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society)
Chris Shilling-- "Moreover, as a framework [this monograph] provides a genuinely new and fertile way of reconsidering not just classical sociology but contemporary forms as well" [source: Sport, Education & Society @ Amazon.com]
Gender and Sexuality in Online Game Cultures: Passionate Play (Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality)
Jenny Sundén -- "is a book about female players and their passionate encounters with the online game World of Warcraft and its player cultures. It takes seriously women’s passions in games, and as such draws attention to questions of pleasure in and desire for technology. "
Sound Technology and the American Cinema: Perception, Representation, Modernity (Film and Culture Series)
Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia (History and Foundations of Information Science)
Joseph Michael Reagle Jr.--"Despite the social unease over its implications for individual autonomy, institutional authority, and the character (and quality) of cultural products, Wikipedia's good-faith collaborative culture has brought us closer than ever to a realization of the century-old pursuit of a universal encyclopedia. "
Cell Phone Culture: Mobile Technology in Everyday Life
The Architecture of the Visible: Technology and Urban Visual Culture (Technologies: Studies in Culture & Theory)
Tradition and Survival: Aspects of Material Culture in the Middle East
and Central Asia (History and Society in the Islamic World)
Richard Tapper -- "The contributors address the history, originality, variety and sophistication of traditional science, technology and material culture in the Middle East and Central Asia, their influence on the history of Europe and the West, and the threat posed by modern Western technologies."
Indian Thought Between Tradition and the Culture of Technology
David L. Johnson -- "He argues that the solution lies not in dismissing the culture of technology but in incorporating it within the fabric of tradition, so that India can keep pace with the time. He tackles the problem by delving deep into the intracies of the matter of tradition and technology; and spells out the changes required in our traditional way of looking at things. The book is very contemporary in its approach and reflects a rare kind of optimism about Indias potentialities in facing the problem."
Transference, Tradition, Technology: Native New Media Exploring Visual and Digital Culture
Steven Loft -- "Transference, Tradition, Technology explores Canadian Aboriginal new media and references the work of artists within a political, cultural and aesthetic milieu. The book constructs a Native art history relating to these disciplines, one that is grounded in the philosophical and cosmological foundations of Aboriginal concepts of community and identity within the rigour of contemporary arts discourse. Approachable in nature but scholarly in content, this book is the first of its kind."
Recharge Your Library Programs with Pop Culture and Technology:: Connect with Today's Teens
Linda D. Behen -- "Today's school libraries need to evolve and meet the needs of 21st-century students—the instruction, programming, and library services must be relevant to today's learners. Additionally, the interactions between educators and the students are what make the critical difference in the students' learning, and turn the library and classroom into places where they will find, assimilate, experience, and understand information. This book provides practical strategies for using pop culture and technology trends to connect with easily distracted middle and high school students and hold their attention."
- Culture, Tradition and Technology: The Role of Library and Information Science Schools as Integrative Forces, Collence Takaingenhamo Chisita (Harare Polytechnic University School of Library Information Sciences, Zimbabwe) and Ismail Abdullahi (North Carolina Central University, USA), IGI
- Culture and Technology: A Mutual-Shaping Approach T. Herdin (University of Salzburg, Austria) IGI
- Science, Technology, & Culture (Resources) -- "This sub-page includes a selection of resources on science, medicine, technology, and cultural-studies/historical approaches to science designed for humanists interested in the relation between sci-tech and society. The emphasis is on materials that reflect upon, historicize, critique, collect, exhibit, or otherwise mediate (and mediatize) sci-tech rather than on scientific research per se."
- Library Guides: Communication, Culture and Information Technology @ Sheridan College
- Library Guides: Culture, Art & Technology @ University of California San Diego
- Library Guides: Science, Technology & Society @ Purchase College, SUNY
- Library Guides: Critical Theory for Library and Information Science @ Sandbox for Library Schools at Springshare, San Jose State University SLIS
Theory for Library and Information Science: Exploring the Social from
Across the Disciplines (Library and Information Science Text)
Gloria J. Leckie
Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods
Handbook of Critical and Indigenous Methodologies
Norman K. Denzin
The Economics of Information (International Library of Critical Writings in Economics) (Vol.1)
David K. Levine
Activist Research in the Globalised World: Social Change Through the
Cultural Professions: 26 (Explorations of Educational Purpose)