Yeni Bir Yayın-Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens

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Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens (Dijital EmkGücü: İşçiler, Yaratıcılar, Yurttaşlar) adlı Jonathan Burston, Nick Dyer-Witheford ve Alison Hearn tarafından derlenen kitap yayında. Bu çalışma 2009 yılında University of Western Ontario’da aynı adla gerçekleşen konferasın ürünüdür. İçindekiler:

Brian Holmes – Is it written in the stars? Global finance, precarious
destinies
Cristina Morini and Andrea Fumagalli – Life put to work: Towards a life
theory of value
Emanuele Leonardi – The imprimatur of capital: Gilbert Simondon and the
hypothesis of cognitive capitalism
David Hesmondhalgh – User-generated content, free labour and the
cultural industries
Barry King – On the new dignity of labour
Jack Bratich – The digital touch: Craft-work as immaterial labour and
ontological accumulation
Sam Trosow – The copyright policy paradox: Overcoming competing agendas
in the digital labour movement
Matt Stahl – Primitive accumulation, the social common, and the
contractual lockdown of recording artists at the threshold
Michael McNally – Enterprise content management systems and the
application of Taylorism and Fordism to intellectual labour
Helen Kennedy – The successful self-regulation of web designers
Sandra Smeltzer and Daniel J. Paré – The labour of ICT4D: Whither the
separation of carriage and content?
Ajit Pyati – Re-envisioning the ‘knowledge society’ in India: Resisting
neoliberalism and the case for the ‘public’
Alison Hearn – Structuring feeling: Web 2.0, online ranking and rating,
and the digital ‘reputation’ economy
Edward Comor – Digital prosumption and alienation
Vincent Manzerolle Mobilizing the audience commodity: Digital labour in
a wireless world
Enda Brophy – The subterranean stream: Communicative capitalism and call
centre labour
Nick Dyer-Witheford – Digital labour and species-being
Ursula Huws – Expression and expropriation: The dialectics of autonomy
and control in creative labour
Lise Lareau – The impact of digital technology on media workers: Life
has completely changed
Mark Bradley – What about citizens?
Mike Kraft – The singularity of intellectual property
Melanie Mills – Information workers in the academy: The case of
librarians and archivists at The University of Western Ontario
Paul Jones – Digital labour in the academic context: Challenges for
academic staff associations



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