Software, Infrastructure, Labor: A Media Theory of Logistical Nightmares

 
9780415843041: Software, Infrastructure, Labor: A Media Theory of Logistical Nightmares
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Ned Rossiter is an Australian media theorist and author of Organized Networks: Media Theory, Creative Labour, New Institutions (2006). He was based in Perth, Melbourne, Ulster, Beijing, Shanghai and Ningbo before taking up an appointment as Professor of Communication in 2011 in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at the University of Western Sydney where he is also a member of the Institute for Culture and Society. Ned is also an Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Creative Industries, Beida (Peking) University. He is a co-researcher on Transit Labour: Circuits, Regions, Borders, http://transitlabour.asia. His writings have been translated into Italian, Spanish, German, French, Finnish, Dutch, Chinese, Greek and Latvian and can be found at http://nedrossiter.org.

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Ned Rossiter is an Australian media theorist and author of Organized Networks: Media Theory, Creative Labour, New Institutions (2006). He was based in Perth, Melbourne, Northern Ireland, Beijing, Shanghai and Ningbo before taking up an appointment as Professor of Communication in 2011 at the University of Western Sydney where he is a member of the Institute for Culture and Society and teaches into the School of Humanities and Communication Arts. Ned is also an Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Creative Industries, Beida (Peking) University. He is a co-researcher on Logistical Worlds: Infrastructure, Software, Labour, http://logisticalworlds.org. His writings have been translated into Italian, Spanish, German, French, Finnish, Dutch, Chinese, Greek, Latvian and Hungarian and can be found at http://nedrossiter.org.

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