The Journal of Peer Production - New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change
    Issue #0: Mass Peer Activism image

    Issue 0: July 2011

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    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

    Peer reviewed Papers

    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

    Debate: ANT and Power

    ANT & Hegelian Marxism by Johan Söderberg html

    In Defence of ANT by Nathaniel Tkacz html

    Domination & Networks by Mathieu O’Neil html

    Reports: Conferences

    Critical Point of View by Johanna Niesyto & Nathaniel Tkacz html

    Third Free Culture Research Conference by Leonhard Dobusch & Michelle Thorne html