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The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age (Electronic Mediations
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Contents
The Participatory Condition: An Introduction
Darin Barney, Gabriella Coleman, Christine Ross, Jonathan Sterne, and Tamar Tembeck
Part I: The Politics of Participation:
1. Power as Participation's Master Signifier
Nico Carpentier
2. Participation as Ideology in Occupy Wall Street
Cayley Sorochan
3: From TuniLeaks to Bassem Youssef: Revolutionary Media in the Arab World
Jillian C. York
4. Think Outside the Boss: Cooperative Alternatives for the Post-Internet Age
Trebor Scholz
Part II. Openness
5. Paradoxes of Participation
Christina Dunbar-Hester
6. Participatory Design and the Open Source Voice
Graham Pullin
7. Open Source Cancer: Brain Scans and the Rituality of Biodigital Data Sharing
Alessandro Delfanti and Salvatore Iaconesi
8. Internet-Mediated Mutual Cooperation Practices: The Sharing of Material and Immaterial Resources
Bart Cammaerts
Part III. Participation under Surveillance
9. Big Urban Data and Shrinking Civic Space: The Statistical City Meets the Simulated City
Kate Crawford
10. The Pacification of Interactivity
Mark Andrejevic
11. The Surveillance-Innovation Complex: The Irony of the Participatory Turn
Julie E. Cohen
Part IV. Participation and Aisthesis:
12. Preparations for a Haunting: Notes toward an Indigenous Future Imaginary
Jason Edward Lewis
13. Participatory Situations: The Dialogical Art of Instant Narrative by Dora Garcia
Rudolf Frieling
14. The Formation of New Reason: Seven Proposals for the Renewal of Education
Bernard Stiegler
15. Zoom Pavilion
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and Krzysztof Wodiczko
Acknowledgments
Index

About the Author

The editors are affiliated with the Department of Art History and Communication Studies and the interdisciplinary research hub Media@McGill at McGill University. Darin Barney, associate professor, is author of Communication Technology, The Network Society, and Prometheus Wired. Gabriella Coleman, associate professor, is author of Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy and Coding Freedom. Christine Ross, professor and the director of Media@McGill, is author of The Aesthetics of Disengagement (Minnesota, 2005) and The Past Is the Present. Jonathan Sterne, professor, is author of MP3 and The Audible Past. Tamar Tembeck, academic associate at Media@McGill, is the editor of Auto/Pathographies.

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