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Infrastructuring publics

Author: Matthias Korn; Wolfgang Reissmann; Tobias Röhl; David Sittler
Publisher: Wiesbaden, Germany : Springer VS, [2019]
Series: Medien der Kooperation Ser.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The volume scrutinizes publics and infrastructures not separately but in their constitutive interrelations and resonances. The contributions, originating in a range of disciplinary perspectives, share a praxeological approach, discussing historical and current processes of mediated cooperation in infrastructuring and making public(s) by tracing different forms of the production, design, and historic trajectories of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Korn, Matthias.
Infrastructuring Publics.
Wiesbaden : Springer Vieweg. in Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Matthias Korn; Wolfgang Reissmann; Tobias Röhl; David Sittler
ISBN: 9783658207250 3658207256
OCLC Number: 1103220059
Notes: 5 Upload interfaces, classifications and fan fiction publics as nets of works
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; Contents; 1 Introduction; 2 Infrastructuring Publics: A Research Perspective; 1 Introduction; 2 Towards a praxeological understanding of infrastructures; 2.1 From LTS to mundane infrastructures; 2.2 From infrastructures to infrastructuring; 3 Towards a praxeological understanding of publics; 3.1 From the public sphere to multiple publics; 3.2 From public(s) to making public; 4 Infrastructuring publics as a research perspective; 4.1 (Re)Turn to practice; 4.2 Common scaling of infrastructures and publics; 4.3 Participation of social and material agencies 4.4 Infrastructural work and infrastructural media4.5 Infrastructural experimenting, workarounds and projection of publics; 4.6 Making infrastructures public, opening up the black boxes; 5 Conclusion; References; 3 Historical Infrastructure Research: A (Sub- )Discipline in the Making?; 1 Introduction; 2 'Researched infrastructures' before the emergence of infrastructure research; 3 Changing agendas around the millennium; 4 Fields of historical infrastructure research; 4.1 History of technology; 4.2 Political and economic history; 4.3 History of mobility; 4.4 Media history; 5 Conclusion 6 Foodsharing as the Public Manufacturing of Food Reuse1 Introduction; 2 Publicising food waste and creating food sharing through an issue public; 3 How an issue public is formatted materially; 4 Making newspapers join the issue public; 4.1 Relevant local engagement for everybody with surprising effects; 4.2 Food waste as bad news, foodsharings as good news; 4.3 Personalisation and magnitude; 5 Re-infrastructuring and re-coding: the metamorphosis of waste to food; 6 Concluding thoughts on foodsharing as material public; References 7 "Sorting Stories Out": Classifications and Classifying in Fan Fiction1 Introduction; 2 Digital platforms and the language of fan fiction; 3 Fan fiction platforms' upload interfaces and their classifications; 3.1 Classificatory plasticity: Permanently changing, but not completely open; 3.2 Platform-specific conventions: No universal standards, but multiple classifications; 3.3 Categories and items: Same, but different; 4 Classifying and using the upload interfaces; 4.1 "P18 slash ≠ adult": Performing sexual and age ratings; 4.2 "To pair or not to pair": On indexing relationships
Series Title: Medien der Kooperation Ser.
Responsibility: Matthias Korn, Wolfgang Reißmann, Tobias Röhl, David Sittler, editors.

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