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Volume 21, Number 12, 2 December 2018

Erratum
pp. i-i(1)

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Sharing our lives online: risks and exposure in social media
pp. 1747-1748(2)
Author: Ebrahimi, Marziyeh

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Culture in networks
pp. 1749-1750(2)
Author: Sapach, Sonja C.

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Smartphones as locative media
pp. 1751-1754(4)
Author: Cabalquinto, Earvin Charles

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Digital broadcasting: an introduction to new media
pp. 1759-1760(2)
Author: Qiu, Yuanbo

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Crossroads in new media, identity and law
pp. 1761-1763(3)
Author: Rashid, Azra

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The class: living and learning in the digital age
pp. 1764-1765(2)
Author: Ebrahimi, Marziyeh

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Metric power
pp. 1785-1790(6)
Author: Moore, Phoebe V.

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The quantified self in precarity. Work, technology and what counts
pp. 1791-1792(2)
Author: Kerasovitis, Konstantinos

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Communication processes in the construction of ‘another possible world’
pp. 1793-1795(3)
Author: Baca Feldman, Carlos F.

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Digital political radical
pp. 1796-1798(3)
Author: García-Guadilla, María Pilar

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Participatory Culture in a Networked Era
pp. 1801-1802(2)
Author: Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea

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Analytic activism by Karpf
pp. 1803-1805(3)
Author: Wilson, Christopher

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By any media necessary: the new youth activism
pp. 1806-1807(2)
Author: Bowman, Benjamin

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Mobilities, Knowledge, and Social Justice
pp. 1813-1814(2)
Author: Di Renzo, Francesca

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Can the Internet Strengthen Democracy?
pp. 1817-1819(3)
Author: Dagoula, Chrysi

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The pathology of communicative capitalism
pp. 1822-1824(3)
Author: Flisfeder, Matthew

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Journalism as activism: recoding media power
pp. 1825-1827(3)
Author: Johnson, Evan T.

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Journalistic authority: Legitimating news in the digital era
pp. 1830-1833(4)
Author: Anastasiou, Andreas

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Journalism after Snowden
pp. 1834-1835(2)
Author: Whitworth, James

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Hybrid politics: media and participation
pp. 1839-1841(3)
Author: Macková, Alena

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Free speech: ten principles for a connected world
pp. 1842-1843(2)
Author: Tsui, Lokman

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We are data: algorithms and the making of our digital selves
pp. 1852-1854(3)
Author: Melanson, Sophia

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The closing of the net
pp. 1855-1857(3)
Author: Torsner, Sara

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Co-creating videogames
pp. 1858-1861(4)
Author: Johnson, Mark R.

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How to talk about videogames
pp. 1862-1865(4)
Author: Johnson, Mark R.

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Social science in bits and bytes
pp. 1866-1867(2)
Author: Hauser, William

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Virtual workers and the global labour market
pp. 1868-1871(4)
Author: Kerasovitis, Konstantinos

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