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Getting It On Online: Cyberspace, Gay Male Sexuality, and Embodied Identity
* Foreword * Acknowledgments * Chapter 1. Bodiless Exultation? * Bodies in Cyberspace ... * Interrogating the Online Disembodiment Thesis * Why Gay Men? * Coming Attractions * Chapter 2. Getting
Panopticon.com: Online Surveillance and the Commodification of Privacy
We explore how marketing imperatives shape the employment of information technologies for the surveillance of individuals online. Informed by political economy theory, we analyze the discourse
“Infiltrators” or Refugees? An Analysis of Israel's Policy Towards African Asylum-Seekers
This article adopts a genealogical approach in examining Israeli immigration policy by focusing on the situation confronting African asylum seekers who have been forced back into Egypt, detained and
Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink
The author examines the "Election-Like Event" of 2007 and the role of religion, faith, and politics in the build-up to and after the election.
Outing PlanetOut: surveillance, gay marketing and internet affinity portals
This study uses an examination of the two largest internet affinity portals serving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) communities - PlanetOut.com and Gay.com - as an entry point into a
Boko Haram: origins, challenges and responses
Boko Haram is a radical Islamist movement shaped by its Nigerian context and reflecting Nigeria’s history of poor governance and extreme poverty in the north. The movement is unique in that it
Participations: Dialogues on the Participatory Promise of Contemporary Culture and Politics PART 2: LABOR
Copyright © 2014 (Mark Andrejevic, m.andrejevic@uq.edu.au; John Banks, ja.banks@qut.edu.au; John Edward Campbell, campbell@temple.edu; Nick Couldry, n.couldry@lse.ac.uk; Adam Fish,
Language analysis in the United Kingdom's refugee status determination system: seeing through policy claims about ‘expert knowledge’
Abstract This paper examines claims made about the role of ‘expert knowledge’ in analysing the language of individuals seeking asylum in the UK. I treat policy as a type of power and seek to
Nationalism, Ethnicity and Religion: Fundamental Conflicts and the Politics of Identity in Tanzania
This article explores the competing relations between ethnic, religious and racial identities in contemporary Tanzania at a time of rapid socioeconomic change and in the face of the declining