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Technology, Media Literacy, and the Human Subject

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Richard S. Lewis

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Chapter 1

1Fig. 1.1 Waiting for the train. Brussels-Luxembourg station, Brussels. Photo by author (2019), CC BY-NC 4.0. 4

Chapter 2

2Fig. 2.1 Transmission model of communication. Adapted from 29 Shannon & Weaver (1964: 34). Image by Wanderingstan (2007), Wikimedia, https://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Shannon_communication_system.svg#/​media/​File:Shannon_communication_system.svg, Public Domain. 29

3Fig. 2.2 The Center for Media Literacy’s core concepts and key questions handout. Used with Permission. © Center for Media Literacy, 2002–2020, All Rights Reserved, www.medialit.org 38

Chapter 3

4Fig. 3.1 Symbolizing the Co-constituting Relation. Image by author (2021), CC BY 4.0. 61

5Fig. 3.2 Symbolizing the Co-constitution of Technological Mediation. Image by author (2021), CC BY 4.0. 62

6Fig. 3.3 Necker cube. Named after Louis Albert Necker. Image by BenFrantzDale (2007), Wikimedia, https://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Necker_cube.svg#/​media/​File:Necker_cube.svg, CC BY-SA 3.0. 66

7Fig. 3.4 Modified Gutenberg Parenthesis. Image by author (2018), CC BY 4.0. 79

8Fig. 3.5 Partial Display of a Digital Image File as Performed in Hexadecimal. Image by author (2021), CC BY 4.0. 82

Chapter 4

9Fig. 4.1 The Humanist Individual to the Co-constituted Relational Subject. Image by author (2021), CC BY 4.0. 98

10Fig. 4.2 The Middle Path of Agency. Image by author (2020), CC BY 4.0. 105

11Fig. 4.3 Technology and Complexity. Image by author (2019), CC BY 4.0. 116

Chapter 5

12Fig. 5.1 The Framework of Intrasubjective Mediating Relations. Image by author (2021), CC BY 4.0. 132

13Fig. 5.2 The Formula for Intrasubjective Mediation with Technology. Image by author (2019), CC BY 4.0. 151

14Fig. 5.3 The Formula for an Inclusive Intrasubjective Mediation. Image by author (2019), CC BY 4.0. 153

Chapter 6

15Fig. 6.1 Meditating on Mediation. Author with Head of a Buddha, from Ayutthaya, Thailand, seventeenth century. Art and History Museum, Brussels. Image by author (2017), CC BY-NC 4.0. 167

16Fig. 6.2 Multi-relationality of the Museum Selfie. Image by author (2020), CC BY-NC 4.0. 168

17Table 6.1 Relational Influences on Subject-selfie Constitution. Table by author (2020). 169

18Fig. 6.3 Museum Selfie and AI Hybrid. Manipulation created using Deep Dream Generator. Image by author (2020), CC BY-NC 4.0. 178

19Table 6.2 Interrelational Influences on Subject-selfie Constitution. Table by author (2020). 183

20Table 6.3 Interrelational Average Influences (3=strong, 2=medium, 1=weak). Table by author (2020). 184

21Table 6.4 Example of Posthuman Spreadsheet. Table by author (2021), CC BY 4.0. 190

22Fig. 6.4 Worksheet tabs for switching between PH Instrument and Analysis. Image by author (2021), CC BY 4.0 195

23Fig. 6.5 Tables 1 and 2 for analysis. Image by author (2021), CC BY 4.0. 196

24Fig. 6.6 The Museum Selfie as a Complex Assemblage of Interrelations. Image created using Circos. Image by author (2019), CC BY-NC 4.0. 198

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