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2015: Volume 31, No. 1
(Forthcoming)


SPECIAL FORUM

Introductory to the special forum on monetization of user-generated content – Marx revisited
Jennifer Proffitt, Hamid Ekbia and Stephen McDowell
[Abstract]

PERSPECTIVES

Personal data: Blind spot of the “Affective Law of Value”?
Mark Andrejevic
[Abstract]

Revisiting Marx’s value theory: a critical response to analyses of digital presumption
Edward Comor
[Abstract]

Revisiting Marx's Value Theory:  Elements of a critical theory of immaterial labor in informational capitalism
Maxime Ouellet
[Abstract]

Paradoxical empowerment: Immaterial labor translated in a web of affective connections
Lorna Heaton and Serge Proulx
[Abstract]

Value and the unseen producers: Wages for housework in the women’s movement in 1970s Italy and the prosumers of digital capitalism
Ronald E. Day
[Abstract]

With a different Marx: Value and the contradictions of Web 2.0 capitalism
Bruce Robinson
[Abstract]

Commodity and community in social networking: Marx and the monetization of user-generated content 
Dal Yong Jin and Andrew Feenberg
[Abstract]

The social media dispositive and monetization of user-generated content
Melita Zajc
[Abstract]

ARTICLES

Through the looking glass: Twenty years of Chinese internet research
David Kurt Herold and Gabriele de Seta [Abstract]

Beyond access to information: Understanding the use of information by poor female mobile users in rural India
Devendra Dilip Potnis [Abstract]

BOOK REVIEW ESSAYS

Robot futures by Illah Reza Nourbakhsh.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2013.  160 pp.  $26.95.  ISBN 9780262018623 (hardcover).
Randall Livingstone

Inequity in the Technopolis: Race, class, gender, and the digital divide in Austin, edited by Joseph Straubhaar, Jeremiah Spence, Zeynep Tufekci, and Roberta G. Lentz.  Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2012.  281 pp.  $55.00.  ISBN 9780292728714 (hardcover).
Rachael Neal

Code/Space: Software and everyday life by Rob Kitchin & Martin Dodge. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2014.  xiv+290 pp. $20.00.  ISBN 9780262525916 (paper).
Larry Stillman

 

 
 
 
 
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