tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society provides a forum to discuss the challenges humanity is facing in the information society today.
It promotes contributions within an emerging science of the information society with a special interest in critical studies following the highest standards of peer review.
It is a journal that focuses on information society studies and studies of media, digital media, information and communication in society with a special interest in critical studies in these thematic areas.
The journal has a special interest in disseminating articles that focus on the role of information (cognition/knowledge, communication, cooperation) in contemporary capitalist societies. For this task, articles should employ critical theories and/or empirical research inspired by critical theories and/or philosophy and ethics guided by critical thinking as well as relate the analysis to power structures and inequalities of capitalism, especially forms of stratification such as class, racist and other ideologies and capitalist patriarchy.
Papers should reflect on how the presented findings contribute to the illumination of conditions that foster or hinder the advancement of a global sustainable and participatory information society.
It is the journal´s mission to encourage uncommon sense, fresh perspectives and unconventional ideas, and connect leading thinkers and young scholars in inspiring reflections.
tripleC is a transdisciplinary journal that is open to contributions from all disciplines and approaches that critically and with a focus on power structures analyze the role of cognition, communication, cooperation, information, media, digital media and communication in the information society.
We are especially interested in how analyses relate to normative, political and critical dimensions of the information society and how they help illuminating conditions that foster or hinder the advancement of a global sustainable, inclusive and participatory information society.
We accept articles from all disciplines and combinations of disciplines carried out with any type of methods that focus on topics relating to the role of information, media, digital media and communication in contemporary society, politics, culture, and economy and the interrelation of humans and technology. We publish both theoretical and empirical research.
News: Call: 5th ICTs and Society Conference 2015: The Internet and Social Media at a Crossroads: Capitalism or Commonism? Perspectives for Critical Political Economy and Critical Theory.
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CfP: The Materiality of the Immaterial: ICTs and the Digital Commons
CfP: tripleC-Special Issue "The Materiality of the Immaterial: ICTs and the Digital Commons"
Special issue of tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique (http://www.triple-c.at)
New special issue published: Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorising Digital Labour and Virtual Work
|Special issue: Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorising Digital Labour and Virtual Work - Definitions, Dimensions and Forms
Edited by Marisol Sandoval, Christian Fuchs, Jernej A. Prodnik, Sebastian Sevignani, Thomas Allmer
Vol 12, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|From ‘Post-Industrial’ to ‘Network Society’ and Beyond: The Political Conjunctures and Current Crisis of Information Society Theory||PDF HTML|
|Marko Ampuja, Juha Koivisto||447-463|
|Constructing (Il)Legitimate Democracy: Populism and Power Concentration in Newspaper Discourse on Venezuela||PDF HTML|
|On the Abolition of Academic Labour: The Relationship Between Intellectual Workers and Mass Intellectuality||PDF HTML|
|Property Outlaws in Cyberspace and Meatspace? Examining the Relationship between Online Peer Production and Support for Private Property Violations||PDF HTML|
Reflections (Non Peer-Reviewed)
|The (A)Political Economy of Bitcoin||PDF HTML|
|Vasilis Kostakis, Chris Giotitsas||431–440|
|Dying for an iPhone: The Labour Struggle of China’s New Working Class||mpg|
|The Work of Raymond Williams||MP4|
|Customer Relationship Malevolence: A Reflection on Accounting, Marketing and Customer Valuation||PDF HTML|
|Phantasmagoria of Urban Spectacle: Walter Benjamin and Media Theory Today||MPG|
|America’s Battle for Media Democracy: The Triumph of Corporate Libertarianism and the Future of Media Reform||MPG|
Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorising Digital Labour and Virtual Work - Definitions, Dimensions and Forms
|DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE SPECIAL ISSUE: Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorising Digital Labour and Virtual Work - Definitions, Dimensions and Forms||PDF ()|
|Editors: Marisol Sandoval, Christian Fuchs, Jernej A. Prodnik, Sebastian Sevignani, Thomas Allmer|
|Introduction: Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorising Digital Labour and Virtual Work—Definitions, Dimensions, and Forms||PDF HTML|
|Marisol Sandoval, Christian Fuchs, Jernej A. Prodnik, Sebastian Sevignani, Thomas Allmer||464–467|
|Work and Labour as Metonymy and Metaphor||PDF HTML|
|Digital Workers of the World Unite! A Framework for Critically Theorising and Analysing Digital Labour||PDF HTML|
|Christian Fuchs, Marisol Sandoval||486–563|
|Circuits of Labour: A Labour Theory of the iPhone Era||PDF HTML|
|Jack Linchuan Qiu, Melissa Gregg, Kate Crawford||564–581|
|Concepts of Digital Labour: Schelling's Naturphilosophie||PDF HTML|
|Kevin Michael Mitchell||582–598|
|Digital Labour and the Use-value of Human Work. On the Importance of Labouring Capacity for understanding Digital Capitalism||PDF HTML|
|The Ideological Reproduction: (Free) Labouring and (Social) Working within Digital Landscapes||PDF HTML|
|Alienation and Digital Labour—A Depth-Hermeneutic Inquiry into Online Commodification and the Unconscious||PDF HTML|
|Steffen Krüger, Jacob Johanssen||632–647|
|Production Cultures and Differentiations of Digital Labour||PDF HTML|
|Digital Labour in Chinese Internet Industries||PDF HTML|
|Will Work For Free: The Biopolitics of Unwaged Digital Labour||PDF HTML|
|Toward a Political Economy of ‘Audience Labour’ in the Digital Era||PDF HTML|
|Playing, Gaming, Working and Labouring: Framing the Con-cepts and Relations||PDF HTML|
Debating Open Access (Comments, Non Peer-Reviewed)
|Reactionary Rhetoric Against Open Access Publishing||PDF HTML|
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