First Monday is one of the first openly accessible, peer–reviewed journals solely devoted to research about the Internet. First Monday has published 1,605 papers in 245 issues, written by 2,225 different authors, over the past 20 years.
|This month: October 2016|
Special issue: Economies of the Internet
The papers in this issue explore various facets of the intersection of online lives with economics, adding new interpretive tools, new instances, and new insights. These papers were originally presented as a series of panels at the 2015 Association of Internet Researchers conference in Phoenix, Arizona. Taken together, they offer a complexity of perspectives on what is understood as ‘economic’ in digital media use and industries, and suggest a variety of modes for thinking and rethinking the economies of the Internet.
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