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Regulating dissemination: a comparative digital ethnography of licensed and unlicensed spheres of music circulation

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This thesis examines the transformations of music circulation and consumption brought about by new media platforms. Specifically, it shows how the social and technical design of online music platforms link the consumption of music immanently to its circulation. The thesis makes contributions to ethnomusicology, media studies, and digital anthropology, as well as to the study of music's technical cultures. It is based on a comparative ethnographic study of music circulation and consumption ...

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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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