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  • A case for digital squirrels: Using and preserving YouTube for popular culture research

    1er janvier, par Lindsay Kistler Mattock, Colleen Theisen, Jennifer Burek Pierce
    YouTube users around the globe upload 400 hours of content every 60 seconds, a quantity that leads to descriptions of the platform as “the world’s largest archive of moving images.” We look at how the myth of YouTube as an archive arises and evaluate sources that show its shortcomings in this (...)

  • A critical discourse analysis of how the telecommunications industry influenced VoIP deregulation legislation in 36 states

    1er janvier, par Gwen Shaffer
    About 36 U.S. states have enacted legislation that eliminates or reduces the authority of local and state agencies to regulate voice-over Internet protocol (VoIP) telephone services. This study draws on critical discourse analysis to examine how lawmakers and telecommunications providers (...)

  • Assessing the social media landscape: Online relational use-purposes and life satisfaction among Finns

    1er janvier, par Teo Keipi, Ilkka Koiranen, Aki Koivula, Pekka Räsänen
    This study examines the social Internet use-purposes of Finns along with links to perceived life satisfaction. Here, associations between life satisfaction and various online behaviors linked to socialization are explored among the Finnish adult population, sigh data coming from nationally (...)

  • Nerd vs. bro: Geek privilege, idiosyncrasy, and triumphalism

    1er janvier, par Joseph Reagle
    Increasingly, geek culture is criticized as one that is biased; in particular, geek claims of meritocracy are thought to be naïve because they do not recognize the privilege (i.e., unseen advantages) of extant members. But some geeks are resistant to this critique. Why? Beyond the natural (...)

  • Rating mechanisms among participants in sharing economy platforms

    Décembre 2017, par Lene Pettersen
    This study shares findings from 23 qualitative interviews of participants from five sharing economy platforms in Norway (2016) about how they make sense of rating scores, use rating scores when making decisions and provide ratings of others in sharing economy platforms. Online ratings or review (...)

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