Vol 11, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents


What Is Digital Labour? What Is Digital Work? What’s their Difference? And Why Do These Questions Matter for Understanding Social Media? PDF
Christian Fuchs, Sebastian Sevignani 237-293
Foxconned Labour as the Dark Side of the Information Age: Working Conditions at Apple’s Contract Manufacturers in China. PDF
Marisol Sandoval 318-347
How the New World Order and Imperialism Challenge Media Studies PDF
Kaarle Nordenstreng 348-358
Networked Time and the ‘Common Ruin of the Contending Classes’ PDF
Robert Hassan 359-374
Is All Reification Forgetting?: On Connerton’s Types of Forgetting PDF
Scott Timcke 375-387
Prefiguring Floridi’s Theory of Semantic Information PDF
John Mingers 388-401
Big Argumentation? PDF
Daniel Faltesek 402-411
The Parody of the Commons PDF
Vasilis Kostakis, Stelios Stavroulakis 412-424
Aunty and Her Little Villains: The BBC and the Unions, 1969-1984 PDF
Anthony McNicholas 444-460
Hacking in the University: Contesting the Valorisation of Academic Labour PDF
Joss Winn 486-503
The Dialectics of Communicative and Immanent Critique PDF
Johan Fornäs 504-514
Ideology, Critique and Surveillance PDF
Heidi Herzogenrath-Amelung 521-534
Ideology, Politics, and Opinion Journalism: A Content Analysis of Spanish Online-Only Newspapers PDF
Antonio Pineda, Núria Almiron 558-574

Debating Open Access (Comments, Non Peer-Reviewed)

The Diamond Model of Open Access Publishing: Why Policy Makers, Scholars, Universities, Libraries, Labour Unions and the Publishing World Need to Take Non-Commercial, Non-Profit Open Access Serious PDF
Christian Fuchs, Marisol Sandoval 428-443
Becoming Editor: Or, Pinocchio finally notices the Strings PDF
Martin Parker 461-474
Open Access Publishing from the Legal Point of View. Why Freedom of Information Rules and Other Legal Principles Matter. Towards A New Fair Open Access Model. PDF
Jiří Kolman, Petr Kolman 480-485
What Do Publishers Know? PDF
Casey Brienza 515-520
Openness, Libraries and Political Transformation PDF
Nikolaus Hamann 535-542
Opening the Dissertation: Overcoming Cultural Calcification and Agoraphobia PDF
Denise Troll Covey 543-557
All that is Solid: Writing, Reading and Publishing in Postmodern Capitalism PDF
Ben Agger, Timothy W. Luke 575-580
darkmatter: Racial Reconfigurations and Networked Knowledge Production PDF
Ashwani Sharma, Sanjay Sharma 581-588
The Open-Access Movement is Not Really about Open Access PDF
Jeffrey Beall 589-597
OAJ and Wagadu: Towards a Diamond Model of Feminist, Postcolonial Publishing PDF
Mechthild Nagel 598-603
From Sustainable Publishing To Resilient Communications PDF
David Ottina 604-613
Open Access Publishing as a Para-Academic Proposition: OA as Labour Relation PDF
Paul F Boshears 614-619

Reflections (Non Peer-Reviewed)

Why and How to Read Marx’s “Capital”? Reflections on Johan Fornäs’ Book “Capitalism. A Companion to Marx’s Economy Critique”. PDF
Christian Fuchs 294-309
Review of Jörg Becker’s Book “Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann. Demoskopin zwischen NS-Ideologie und Konservatismus” (Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann. Pollster between Nazi-Ideology and Conservatism)
Christian Fuchs 310-317
“Cutting through the Clutter” and Other Big Data Promises: A Review of Mark Andrejevic’s “Infoglut” PDF
Daniel Trottier 425-427
Complexity, Relatedness and Uncertainty in Contemporary Social Science: A Preliminary Reflection PDF
Charalambos Tsekeris, Olga Papadopoulou 475-479

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