Everyday Life in Digital Landscape


Everyday life offers an endless array of subjects to ponder upon. The sheer importance of research and discussion on quotidian life does not escape our notice even under its obviousness (Jacobson, 2009). In short, doing things in everyday life should no longer be obscured, rather it is to be articulated based on theoretical questions (de Certeau, 1988). However, theoretical focus on happenings are scarce, therefore the quotidian concept calls for a critical analysis of their cultural sites and practices (Devadas & Prentice, 2008).

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Communication and Culture Review is a peer reviewed, bi-annual international journal started to engage with realities, issues and ideas within the broad rubric of communication and culture studies. However, breaking away from the strait-jacketed disciplinary canons, the journal aims to interweave communication with strands of cultural, sociological, anthropological, performative, computational, political, philosophical, linguistic, political economy and other interdisciplinary approaches in examining a wide-range of mediatised and mediated phenomena.

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