Vol 15, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Critical Theory Interventions on Authoritarianism and Right-Wing Extremist Ideology in Contemporary Capitalism

Anxiety and Politics PDF HTML
Franz L Neumann 612-636
The Relevance of Franz L. Neumann’s Critical Theory in 2017: "Anxiety and Politics" in the New Age of Authoritarian Capitalism PDF HTML
Christian Fuchs 637-650


Office Interiors and the Fantasy of Information Work PDF HTML
Renyi Hong 540-562
The Politics of the Commons: Reform or Revolt? PDF HTML
Vangelis Papadimitropoulos 563-581
‘Predatory’ Open Access Journals as Parody: Exposing the Limitations of ‘Legitimate’ Academic Publishing PDF HTML
Kirsten Bell 651-662
The Information Process and the Labour Process in the Information Age PDF HTML
Jaime F Cardenas-Garcia, Bruno Soria de Mesa, Diego Romero Castro 663-685
Re-Shaping the Political Field One Visual Fragment at a Time: The Tunisian Conundrum PDF HTML
Giulia Montanari, Javier Toscano 726-739
Harun Farocki's Asignifying Images PDF HTML
Claudio Celis Bueno 740-754
Who is Actually Harmed by Predatory Publishers? PDF HTML
Martin Paul Eve, Ernesto Priego 755-770
‘Liking and Sharing’ the stigmatization of poverty and social welfare: Representations of poverty and welfare through Internet memes on social media PDF HTML
Kathy Dobson, Irena Knezevic 777-795
Framing Privatisation: The Dominance of Neoliberal Discourse and the Death of the Public Good PDF HTML
Henry Silke, Ciara Graham 796-815
Information as Work and as Value PDF HTML
Marcos Dantas 816-847
Digital Self-Evaluation and the Cybernetic Regime: A Sketch for a Materialist Apparatus Analysis PDF HTML
Simon Schaupp 872-886

Reflections (Non Peer-Reviewed)

Günther Anders’ Undiscovered Critical Theory of Technology in the Age of Big Data Capitalism PDF HTML
Christian Fuchs 582-611
Book Review: "Subversion, Conversion, Development" by James Leach and Lee Wilson PDF HTML
Matthew Kelly 771-776
The Forgotten Marxist Theory of Communication & Society PDF HTML
Horst Holzer 686-725
Populism, Anarchism and the Movement of the Squares PDF HTML
Todd Wolfson 848-850
Reflections on Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri’s Book “Assembly” PDF HTML
Christian Fuchs 851-865
Reflections on Trevor G. Smith’s "Politicizing Digital Space: Theory, the Internet, and Renewing Democracy" PDF HTML
Rahel Süß 866-871

From Global Justice to Occupy and Podemos: Mapping Three Stages of Contemporary Activism

From Global Justice to Occupy and Podemos: Mapping Three Stages of Contemporary Activism PDF
Todd Wolfson, Emiliano Treré, Paolo Gerbaudo, Peter N. Funke 390-542
Multiple Temporalities of the Movements PDF HTML
Michael Hardt 390-392
From Global Justice to Occupy and Podemos: Mapping Three Stages of Contemporary Activism PDF HTML
Peter N. Funke, Todd Wolfson 393-403
Comparing Digital Protest Media Imaginaries: Anti-Austerity Movements in Greece, Italy & Spain PDF HTML
Emiliano Treré, Sandra Jeppesen, Alice Mattoni 404-422
Social Reproduction in the Live Stream PDF HTML
Elise Thorburn 423-440
Technopopulism: The Emergence of a Discursive Formation PDF HTML
Marco Deseriis 441-458
The Alternative to Occupy: Radical Politics Between Protest and Parliament PDF HTML
Emil Husted, Allan Dreyer Hansen 459-476
From Cyber-Autonomism to Cyber-Populism: An Ideological Analysis of the Evolution of Digital Activism PDF HTML
Paolo Gerbaudo 477-489
Occupy and the Temporal Politics of Prefigurative Democracy PDF HTML
Kamilla Petrick 490-504
(Digital) Activism at the Interstices: Anarchist and Self-Organizing Movements in Greece PDF HTML
Eugenia Siapera, Michael Theodosiadis 505-523
Student Protests. Three Periods of University Governance PDF HTML
Joan Ramon Rodriguez-Amat, Bob Jeffery 524-539

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