Vol 11, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents

Articles

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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