Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection
|Publisher||W. W. Norton & Company|
|June 17, 2013|
Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection is a 2013 nonfiction book about contemporary globalization and xenophilia by American blogger Ethan Zuckerman of MIT. It describes homophilic barriers to cosmopolitanism such as filter bubbles and media bias. Zuckerman calls for a strenuously internationalized media and cultural literacy empowered by language translation. He cites the work of scholars Kwame Anthony Appiah, Ronald Stuart Burt, Mark Granovetter, and Robert D. Putnam, and of cosmopolitan exemplars Matt Harding, Erik Hersman, Dhani Jones, Roland Soong, Global Voices Online, Härnu, Meedan, and Tea Leaf Nation.
- Astra Taylor (2013). "A Small World After All". Bookforum. NY.
- "Rewire". Kirkus Reviews. USA. 2013.
- "Rewire". Publishers Weekly. USA. 2013.
- Jacob Silverman (July 12, 2013), "Xenophile's Dilemma: Ethan Zuckerman's 'Rewire'", Los Angeles Review of Books
- John Naughton (July 20, 2013). "Rewire by Ethan Zuckerman; Untangling the Web by Aleks Krotoski – review". The Guardian. UK.
- Tara Brabazon (September 5, 2013), "Rewire", Times Higher Education, London
- Jessie Daniels (2015). "Rewire". Contemporary Sociology. 44 (2).
- W.W. Norton. Rewire
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