[Air-L] Marxist Critiques of Online Advertising?

Jay Hauben hauben at columbia.edu
Mon Nov 5 19:51:37 PST 2012

Hi Adam,

I am not sure what makes something a Marxist critique. But in 2002 
this paper was published in Science Studies, Vol. 15(2002) No.1, 

"Commodifying Usenet and the Usenet Archive or Continuing the Online 
Cooperative Usenet Culture?" by Ronda Hauben


Take care.


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> Message: 3
> Anybody know of any Marxist critiques of online advertising? Anything
> looking at Pagerank and YouTube advertising through the frames of
> monopolisation, commodification, and accumulation?
> Des Freedman has an excellent starting point in Web 2.0 and the Death
> of the Blockbuster Economy in Misunderstanding the Internet. Anything
> else?
> Thanks.
> Adam Fish, PhD
> Lecturer, Media and Cultural Studies
> Bowland North, Floor B
> Department of Sociology
> Lancaster University, UK
> LA1 4YT
> p. 01524592699
> a.fish2 at lancaster.ac.uk
> @mediacultures, mediacultures.org
> http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/sociology/profiles/Adam-Fish/

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