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Table of Contents

1 Introduction 2 More-than-Human Perspectives 3 Materialising Data 4 Doing Data 5 Sharing and Exploiting Data Final Thoughts Appendix References Index

About the Author

Deborah Lupton is SHARP Professor and Leader of the Vitalities Lab at the University of New South Wales.

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'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

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