The Future of Work
How does the embedding of work within digital infrastructures impact inequality and the quality of workers' lives?
Forthcoming. “A (Possible) Labor Politics of Judgment?” International Journal of Communication. Download preprint version.
2022. 2022. “The Enchanted Labor Process.” Marxist Sociology Blog.
2022. “Effort in Absence: Technologically Mediated Aesthetic Experiences of the Culture Industries’ Routine Workers.” Ethnography.
2021. “The Year Ends in the Next Room: Reflections on ‘Remote’ Work.” Footnotes: A Magazine of the American Sociological Association. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.
2021. “Creators são trabalhadores [Creators are Workers].” DigiLabour.
2021. Creative Control: The Ambivalence of Work in the Culture Industries. New York: Columbia University Press. Download Chapter 1.
2017. “Digital Labor’s Blackboxed Supervisors.” New Criticals. October 17, 2017. http://www.newcriticals.com
2016. “Control from On High: Cloud Computing, Skill, and Acute Frustration among Analytics Workers in the Digital Publishing Industry.” Research in the Sociology of Work. 29(1): 125-153. Download.