The essays in this book address theoretical contributions aimed at the understanding of modern society inhabited by a wide range of new media. The text suggests a “structural hermeneutic” – a view on the public as agents embedded in their lifeworlds (rather than as consumers and receivers), who play a large part in reproducing structural and distanciated processes of meaning. The essays explore the implications of daily digital practices. Such practices reproduce patterns of information and communication practices, which reshape communication processes in society. The essays examine the relationship between media change and social change, with particular emphasis on their contribution to social interaction in everyday life and in the reproduction of social systems.