1 Introduction 2 More-than-Human Perspectives 3 Materialising Data 4 Doing Data 5 Sharing and Exploiting Data Final Thoughts Appendix References Index
Deborah Lupton is SHARP Professor and Leader of the Vitalities Lab at the University of New South Wales.
'Deborah Lupton lucidly explains how data, human bodies and "selves" are inextricably entwined in our contemporary digital world. This is a perfect sequel to her excellent The Quantified Self.' Jose van Dijck, author of The Culture of Connectivity and The Platform Society 'An exciting study of human-data interactions in a digital era. From digitized pregnancy to worries about the surveillant use of personal data by third parties, there's much here to stimulate debate. A must-read marker for digital sociology in the twenty-first century.' David Lyon, Queen's University, Canada