[Air-L] Literature on hacking from collective action/contentious politics angle?
gekker.alex at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 03:56:07 PDT 2012
I think you mind find my upcoming book chapter on hackers and Anonymous
interesting. It will be published in Digital Ethics: Research and Practice
discusses the way Anon are not hackers in the traditional sense and
contains some extensive bibliography on the topic. Let me know if you're
interested, so I could drop send you the chapter electronically.
PhD Candidate, "Charting the Digital"
On 12 October 2012 19:33, Luis Hestres <luishestres at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm writing a paper about hackers from a contentious politics/collective
> action perspective. Can anyone recommend some must-read books or articles
> about this, or even about hacking in general? I will also probably
> incorporate sources on Internet culture, framing, maybe anarchy, and
> related topics. I'm already aware of Gabriella Coleman's work but would
> appreciate any suggestions you might have.
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