Literature: Advanced Program

Issuecrawler 1.0 and Social Media

David Beer (2009). "Power through the algorithm? Participatory web cultures and the technological unconscious." New Media & Society. 11(6): 985–1002.

Ian Bogost and Nick Montfort (2009). "Platform Studies: Frequently Questioned Answers." Paper presented at Digital Arts and Culture, December 12-15, Irvine, California, USA.

Axel Bruns (2007). "Methodologies for Mapping the Political Blogosphere: An Exploration Using the IssueCrawler Research Tool," First Monday, 12(5).

Graham Cormode and Balachander Krishnamurthy (2008). "Key differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0." First Monday. 13(6).

Greg Elmer (2006). "Re-tooling the Network: Parsing the Links and Codes of the Web World." Convergence. 12(1): 9-19.

Tarleton Gillespie (2010). "The politics of 'platforms'." New Media & Society. 12(3): 347-364.

Richard Rogers (2010). "Mapping Public Web Space Using the Issuecrawler." in: Claire Brossard and Bernard Reber (eds.), Digital Cognitive Technologies: Epistemology and Knowledge Society. London: Wiley, 115-126.

Pace online

Iina Hellsten, Loet Leydesdorff and Paul Wouters (2006). "Multiple presents: how search engines rewrite the past." New Media & Society. 8(6):901-924.

Bruno Latour and Albena Yaneva (2008), ‘Give me a Gun and I will Make All Buildings Move: An ANT’s View of Architecture’, in: Reto Geiser (ed)., Explorations in Architecture: Teaching, Design, Research. Basel: Birkhäuser, 80-89.

Heejin Lee and Jonathan Liebenau (2000). "Time and the Internet at the Turn of the Millennium." Time & Society. 9(1): 43–56.

Susan Leong, Teodor Mitew, Marta Celletti and Erika Pearson (2009). "The question concerning (internet) time." New Media & Society. 11(8): 1267-1285.

Geert Lovink (2010). " The colonization of real-time and other trends in Web 2.0." Eurozine. 18 March.

Richard W. Wiggins (2001). "The Effects of September 11 on the Leading Search Engine." First Monday. 7(10).

Technicity of content

Sabine Niederer and Jose van Dijck (2010). "Wisdom of the Crowd or Technicity of Content? Wikipedia as a Socio-Technical System." New Media & Society. Forthcoming.

Thomas Poell (2009). "Conceptualizing Forums and Blogs as Public Sphere." in Marianne van den Boomen, Sybille Lammes, Ann-Sophie Lehmann, Joost Raessens and Mirko Tobias Schäfer (eds.), Digital Material - Tracing New Media in Everyday Life and Technology. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Tamara Witschge (2007). (In)difference online: The openness of public discussion on immigration." PhD Dissertation, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam. (excerpt)
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