Reading list

This pages details what will be read for the monthly Platform Pedagogies reading group and the accompanying minutes from the meetings.

Readings 2019

Meeting 8 – October 31

Dieter, M., Gerlitz, C., Helmond, A., Tkacz, N., van der Vlist, F. N., & Weltevrede, E. (2019) ‘Multi-Situated App Studies: Methods and Propositions’, Social Media + Society.

Mathias D. (2019) ‘Researching Educational Apps: Ecologies, Technologies, Subjectivities and Learning Regimes, Learning’, Media and Technology.

Meeting 7 – September 26

Gray, M.L., & Suri, S. (2019) Ghost Work: How to Stop Silicon Valley From Building a New Global Underclass, Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Ross, A. (2008) The New Geography of Work: Power to The Precarious?. Theory, Culture, and Society. 25 (7-8), 31-49. 

Schor, J., Fitzmaurice, C., Carfagna, L., Attwood-Charles, W., & Dubois Poteat E. (2016) Paradoxes Of Openness and Distinction in The Sharing Economy, Poetics, (54), 66-81.

Meeting 6 – August 15

Jurgenson, N. (2019) The Social Photo: On Photography and Social Media, London: Verso.

PDF and Word document of this meeting.  

Meeting 5 – July 4

Minassian, H.T. (2018). Drawing Video Game Mental Maps: From Emotional Games to Emotions of Play. Cartographic Perspectives. (91), 47–62.

Nemorin, S. (2017). Affective capture in digital school spaces and the modulation of student subjectivities. Emotion, Space & Society. (24), 11-18.

Paasonen, Susanna, Hillis, Ken and Petit, Michael, Introduction: Networks of Transmission: Intensity, Sensation, Value. In Ken Hillis, Susanna Paasonen and Michael Petit (eds.), Networked Affect. Cambridge: MIT Press 2015, 1–24.

Meeting 4 – June 6

Zuboff, S. (2019). The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the NewFrontier of Power New York: Profile Books.

Meeting 3 – May 2

Jarke, J., & Breiter, A. Editorial: the datafication of education. Learning, Media and Technology, 44(1), 1-6.

Bradbury, A. (2018). Datafied at four: The role of data in the ‘schoolification’ of early childhood education in England. Learning, Media and Technology. doi:10.1080/17439884.2018.1511577​

Manolev, J., Sullivan, A., & Slee, R. (2019). The datafication of discipline: ClassDojo, surveillance and a performative classroom culture. Learning, Media and Technology, 44(1), 36-51.

Rennie, E., Schmieder, K., Thomas, J., Howard, S. K., Ma, J., & Yang, J. (2019). Privacy and app use in Australian primary schools: insights into school-based Internet governance. Media International Australia, 1-12. doi:i1.o0r.g1/107.171/1737/2193829787X8X1918982288368

Selwyn, N. (2016). ‘There’s so much data’: Exploring the realities of data-based school governance. European Educational Research Journal, 15(1), 54-68. ​

DiGiacimo, D., Zacher Pandya, J. & Sefton-Green, J., Platform pedagogies: How the “platformization“ of education is pedagogicizing home-school relations​ (Draft)

Williamson, B. (2017). Learning in the “platform society”: Disassembling an educational data assemblage. Research in Education, 98(1), 59–82. doi:10.1177/0034523717723389

Kumar, Priya C., Jessica Vitak, Marshini Chetty, and Tamara L. Clegg. 2019. The Platformization of the Classroom: Teachers as Surveillant Consumers. Surveillance & Society 17(1/2): 145-152.  https://ojs.library.queensu.ca/index.php/surveillance-and-society/index | ISSN: 1477-7487

Meeting 2 – March 28

Bucher, T. (2018). If…then: Algorithmic Power and Politics.Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Meeting 1 – Feb 28

Gillespie, T. (2010). The politics of ‘platforms’. New Media and Society12(3), 347-364.

Plantin, J. C., Lagoze, C., Edwards, P., & Sandvig, C. (2018). Infrastructure studies meet platform studies in the age of Google and Facebook. New Media & Society20(1), 293-310.

 

2018

Bradbury, A. (2018). Datafied at four: The role of data in the ‘schoolification’ of early childhood education in England. Learning, Media and Technology, 44(1), 7-21.

Gillespie, T. (2010). The politics of ‘platforms’. New Media & Society, 12(3), 347-364. 

Jarke, J., & Breiter, A. Editorial: the datafication of education. Learning, Media and Technology, 44(1), 1-6.

Kumar, Priya C., Jessica Vitak, Marshini Chetty, and Tamara L. Clegg. 2019. The Platformization of the Classroom: Teachers as Surveillant Consumers. Surveillance & Society 17(1/2): 145-152.

Manolev, J., Sullivan, A., & Slee, R. (2019). The datafication of discipline: ClassDojo, surveillance and a performative classroom culture. Learning, Media and Technology, 44(1), 36-51.

Means, A. J. (2018). Platform learning and on-demand labor: Sociotechnical projections on the future of education and work. Learning, Media and Technology, 43(3), 326–338.

Rennie, E., Schmieder, K., Thomas, J., Howard, S. K., Ma, J., & Yang, J. (2019). Privacy and app use in Australian primary schools: insights into school-based Internet governance. Media International Australia, 1-12.

Selwyn, N. (2016). ‘There’s so much data’: Exploring the realities of data-based school governance. European Educational Research Journal, 15(1), 54-68.

Srnicek, N. (2017). Platform Capitalism. Malden, MA: Polity Press.

van Ryn, L., Apperley, T., & Clemens, J. (2019). Avatar economies: affective investment from game to platform. New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, 1-16.

Williamson, B. (2017). Learning in the “platform society”: Disassembling an educational data assemblage. Research in Education, 98(1), 59–82.

Williamson, B. (2017). Decoding ClassDojo: Psycho-policy, social-emotional learning and persuasive educational technologies. Learning, Media and Technology, 42(4), 440-453. 

 

 

 

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