Delivering Edinburgh: uncovering the digital geography of platform labour in the city

@article{Gregory2020DeliveringEU,
  title={Delivering Edinburgh: uncovering the digital geography of platform labour in the city},
  author={Karen Gregory and M. Maldonado},
  journal={Information, Communication \& Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={23},
  pages={1187 - 1202}
}
ABSTRACT This article makes visible the unseen and obscured cycling routes of on-demand, app-based food couriers in Edinburgh, Scotland, drawing from qualitative research (twenty-five interviews with riders), original digital data gathered through smartphone apps, and a custom-made mapping workflow developed in collaboration with student researchers and used by Deliveroo riders to track and map their delivery work. Qualitative research among riders suggests the presence of ‘two Edinburghs,’ or… Expand

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