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Data Trash: The Theory of Virtual Class

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Smelling the virtual flowers and counting the road-kill on the digital superhighway are just a couple of things that Kroker/Weinstein explains. Others include: the theory of the virtual class; virtual ideology; the will to virtuality; the political economy of virtual reality; prime time reports; virtual (photographic) culture; and the virtual history file.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published September 15th 1994 by Palgrave Macmillan Trade
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This is garbage, and I like post-structuralism. Poorly written technofetishism that focuses exclusively on life in the global north without even a thought as to where the resources come from that enable this analysis in the first place.
Claudio Abraão
Karl Marx's Das Capital for the age of virtual capitalism.
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