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  • Engaging a community through social media-based topics and interactions

    1er avril, par Andrea L. Kavanaugh, Ziqian Song
    Social media collected over time using keywords, hashtags and accounts associated with a particular geographic community might reflect that community’s main events, topics of discussion, and social interactions. We are interested in evidence for the support of community involvement that the (...)

  • Introduction to the special issue on social media and government

    1er avril, par Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan, Andrea L. Kavanaugh
    The use of social media by public administration has been growing steadily, and fostering important transformations in organization, costs, citizen interaction and efficiency. Citizens are increasingly more informed about government activities, performance, and claims solutions. Citiizens and (...)

  • The digital labor of queering feminist Web TV

    1er mars, par Carolyn Elerding
    Episodes in two queer and feminist Web TV programs, Orange Is the New Black and Her Story, feature ambivalent representations of labor and social reproduction. These narratives suggest implications for digital economy, particularly its algorithms and its connection with the disruption of (...)

  • Diversity work and digital carework in higher education

    1er mars, par Roopika Risam
    This essay considers digital carework as a frame for the labor required by diversity initiatives in higher education. It situates diversity work in relation to affective labor and uses digital humanities as a case to explore how the emergence of information and communication technologies (...)

  • Data is airborne; Data is inborn: The labor of the body in technoecologies

    1er mars, par Mél Hogan
    This article presents a feminist argument about the evolution of data storage in relation to the body — from our current state of wirelessness that relies on data centers for processing and containment, to future imaginaries about embedded and embodied storage in our DNA — as technologies of (...)

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