Information Politics. Tim Jordan in Conversation with Karin Wenz
The following interview took place in May 2015 in London during a meeting of Tim Jordan with Karin Wenz. In contrast to the first interview in this volume, the interview had been done in a face-to-face setting, which is reflected in its less formal style. Tim Jordan is Head of School of Media, Film and Music at the University of Sussex in Brighton, UK. Tim has published on social movements and internet culture and is well-known for his analyses of digital cultures and hacking cultures since the 1990s. This interview focuses on his recent publication Information Politics. Liberation and Exploitation in the Digital Society (2015). Tim’s research is situated in the field of social sciences and digital cultures. His search for communities of practices related to recent technological developments and power relations is a red thread throughout his publications. Case studies Tim investigated are rave culture, hacking communities, gaming but also recent technological developments such as mobile technology with a focus on tablets and the use of clouds, social media and search engines.
Jordan, Tim; Wenz, Karin: Information Politics. Tim Jordan in Conversation with Karin Wenz. In: Digital Culture & Society, Jg. 1 (2015), Nr. 1, S. 227–237. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/701.
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