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Open Government Data Study: India
India provides one of the most fascinating examples of the use of open government data in a developing country context. It has one of the best right to information laws in the world and the
OF HEATHENS, PERVERTS AND STALKERS: THE IMAGINED LEARNER IN MOOCS
Debates about the form, formats, functions and futures of massive online open courses (MOOCs) have been for the most part generative in helping to shape new platforms of active learning. However,
Subject to technology: internet pornography, cyber‐terrorism and the Indian state 1
ABSTRACT The Indian state, when it announced the opening of its borders – physical and imaginary – to globalisation, also embraced new digital technologies of telecommunication and transportation in
Digital Humanities on the Ground: Post-Access Politics and the Second Wave of Digital Humanities
Abstract At the heart of the Digital Humanities discourse in postcolonial information societies like India is a subject that is marked by connectivity and access. The discourse and practice put
When Machines Speak to Each Other: Unpacking the “Social” in “Social Media”
This manifesto offers three approaches to understand the “social” in “social media.” Drawing from emerging practices, discourses, architectures, and research, the manifesto argues that while it is
The cup runneth over: The body, the public and its regulation in digital activism
The mainstream discourse focuses on predictive algorithms of probability as a measure of responsibility and culpability for digitally mediated activism. Bodies that threaten to disrupt the
Sluts 'r' us: Intersections of gender, protocol and agency in the digital age
TLDR
It is argued that ‘digital gender’ as a concept helps to build upon earlier intersections of feminist thought and practice with other identity politics by opening up to other identities of regulation and control that emerge within data regimes of information societies.
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