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 capitalist information society today.
It promotes contributions to critical media and communication studies following the highest standards of peer review.
It is a journal that focuses on critical information society studies and critical studies of the roles of media, digital media, the Internet, information, communication and culture in society.
The journal disseminates articles that focus on the role of information 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, racism 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 that critically and with a focus on power structures analyze the role of cognition, communication, information, media, digital media, the Internet, culture 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.For more details please visit our Focus and Scope.
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Vol 14, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Skip the (Capitalist) Intermediaries: Freedom, Democracy, and Participation in the Economy and Culture||PDF HTML|
|The Media Industry’s Structural Transformation in Capitalism and the Role of the State: Media Economics in the Age of Digital Communications||PDF HTML|
|Towards a (De)centralization-Based Typology of Peer Production||PDF HTML|
|Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Francesca Musiani||189–207|
|Access, Resources, and Classes in the History of Capitalism: A Theory of Social Stratification from a Cognitive Materialist Perspective||PDF HTML|
|Mariano Zukerfeld, Guillermina Yansen||208–231|
|Invisible Play and Invisible Game: Video Game Testers or The Unsung Heroes of Knowledge Working||PDF HTML|
|Socialisme ou Barbarie: From Castoriadis’ Project of Individual and Collective Autonomy to the Collaborative Commons||PDF HTML|
Reflections (Non Peer-Reviewed)
|Making Media Studies||MPG|
|Neoliberalism in Britain: From Thatcherism to Cameronism||HTML PDF|
|Henryk Grossmann 2.0: A Critique of Paul Mason’s Book “PostCapitalism: A Guide to Our Future”||PDF HTML|
|When Will Greece Get its Money back from Germany? Reflections on Yanis Varoufakis’ New Book||PDF HTML|
|Reflections on Phishing for Phools – The Economics of Manipulation and Deception||PDF HTML|
Special section: The Materiality of the Immaterial: ICTs and the Digital Commons
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|Andreas Roos, Vasilis Kostakis, Christos Giotitsas|
|Introduction: The Materiality of the Immaterial: ICTs and the Digital Commons|
|Andreas Roos, Vasilis Kostakis, Christos Giotitsas||48–50|
|Introducing a Taxonomy of the “Smart City”: Towards a Commons-Oriented Approach?|
|The Real World of the Decentralized Autonomous Society|
|Monetary Materialities of Peer-Produced Knowledge: The Case of Wikipedia and Its Tensions with Paid Labour|
|Arwid Lund, Juhana Venäläinen||78–98|
|Beyond the Screen: Uneven Geographies, Digital Labour, and the City of Cognitive-Cultural Capitalism|
|Dillon Mahmoudi, Anthony Levenda||99–120|
|The Materialist Circuits and the Quest for Environmental Justice in ICT’s Global Expansion|
|Commons, Piracy and the Crisis of Property|
|James Arvanitakis, Martin Fredriksson||132–144|
|Following the Open-Source Trail Outside the Digital World: The Case of Open-Source Seeds|
|Elsa Tsioumani, Mike Muzurakis, Yannis Ieropoulos, Asterios Tsioumanis||145–162|
tripleC is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal (ISSN: 1726-670X). All journal content, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License.