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[liberationtech] Additional References on Hacking as Activism, for Social Change, for Empowerment
companys at stanford.edu
Thu Feb 28 18:34:05 PST 2013
From: Kishonna Gray <klgray at asu.edu>
Hello all! I am looking for additional references similar to Gabriella's
work here (awesome book btw). A student is looking for information on
hacking as activism, hacking for social change, hacking for empowerment,
Any and all citations are welcome!
*Kishonna L. Gray, PhD*
School of Justice Studies
Eastern Kentucky University
Email: kishonna.gray at eku.edu
Office: Stratton 313
*Recent scholarship on Xbox Live: *
Gray, K.L. (2013) Diffusion of Innovation Theory and Xbox Live: Examining
Minority Gamers Responses and Rate of Adoption to Changes in Xbox
of Science, Technology, & Society*, 32(6): 463-470.
Gray, K.L. (2012) Deviant Bodies, Stigmatized Identities, and Racist Acts:
Examining the Experiences of African-American Gamers in Xbox Live. *New
Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, *18(4): 261-276.
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