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Participations: dialogues on the participatory promise of contemporary culture and politics

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Participations : dialogues on the participatory promise of contemporary culture and politics. / Andrejevic, Mark; Banks, John; Campbell, John Edward ; Couldry, Nick; Fish, Adam; Hearn, Alison; Ouellette, Laurie.

In: International Journal of Communication, Vol. 8, 2014, p. 1089–1106.

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Harvard

Andrejevic, M, Banks, J, Campbell, JE, Couldry, N, Fish, A, Hearn, A & Ouellette, L 2014, 'Participations: dialogues on the participatory promise of contemporary culture and politics', International Journal of Communication, vol. 8, pp. 1089–1106.

APA

Andrejevic, M., Banks, J., Campbell, J. E., Couldry, N., Fish, A., Hearn, A., & Ouellette, L. (2014). Participations: dialogues on the participatory promise of contemporary culture and politics. International Journal of Communication, 8, 1089–1106.

Vancouver

Andrejevic M, Banks J, Campbell JE, Couldry N, Fish A, Hearn A et al. Participations: dialogues on the participatory promise of contemporary culture and politics. International Journal of Communication. 2014;8:1089–1106.

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Andrejevic, Mark ; Banks, John ; Campbell, John Edward ; Couldry, Nick ; Fish, Adam ; Hearn, Alison ; Ouellette, Laurie. / Participations : dialogues on the participatory promise of contemporary culture and politics. In: International Journal of Communication. 2014 ; Vol. 8. pp. 1089–1106.

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title = "Participations: dialogues on the participatory promise of contemporary culture and politics",
abstract = "Changing forms of information production and circulation must have some implications for the division of labor. Some see new spaces of positive social and political potential, whereas others see new forms of labor exploitation. Can we formulate any common ground that would advance the debate? Is unrewarded labor ever good? Are we in the middle of a genuine rethinking of what constitutes labor (as opposed to free creative activity)? How do questions of labor connect with changing regimes of temporality? Do we have a basic need for free time and unconstrained activity, and, if we do, how is this consistent with digital developments? Should we care if our activities generate profitable data for others, and, if so, why?",
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author = "Mark Andrejevic and John Banks and Campbell, {John Edward} and Nick Couldry and Adam Fish and Alison Hearn and Laurie Ouellette",
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year = "2014",
language = "English",
volume = "8",
pages = "1089–1106",
journal = "International Journal of Communication",
issn = "1932-8036",
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AU - Campbell, John Edward

AU - Couldry, Nick

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AU - Hearn, Alison

AU - Ouellette, Laurie

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KW - politics

KW - new media

KW - media

KW - political economy

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