Peer production means that people work together collaboratively and transparently to create a public good. This work often requires the creation of new institutions and rules. One of the aims of Critical Studies in Peer Production is to challenge the current self-reinforcing paradigm where academic journals that ‘reject more attract more’, so that ‘avoiding faults becomes more important than new ideas’.
Editorial Notes html[h2]Peer reviewed Papers[/h2] The Origins and Impacts of Swedish Filesharing: A Case Study by Jonas Andersson html
The Sociology of Critique in Wikipedia by Mathieu O’Neil html[h2]Debate: ANT and Power[/h2] ANT & Hegelian Marxism by Johan Söderberg html
In Defence of ANT by Nathaniel Tkacz html
Domination & Networks by Mathieu O’Neil html[h2]Reports: Conferences[/h2]
Critical Point of View by Johanna Niesyto & Nathaniel Tkacz html
Third Free Culture Research Conference by Leonhard Dobusch & Michelle Thorne html