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Sınıf iktidarı ve bilgisayarlaşma üzerine sert analizleriyle Siber Proletarya, enformasyon devriminin karanlık yüzünü bizlere gösteriyor. Kongo’daki koltan madenlerinden Çin’deki elektronik fabrikalarına ve viraneye dönmüş Detroit mahallelerine, müreffeh elitler ve güvencesiz işçiler arasında büyüyen kutuplaşmanın teknoloji sayesinde nasıl yumuşatıldığını gözler önüne ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published December 2019 by Z Yayınları (first published May 20th 2015)
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Wendy Liu
lots to absorb. will write a longer review on my blog.
Anna Carr
У цій книжці є все, за що ми (гаразд, просто я) любимо марксистів. Якщо читати її після Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy, плоду кохання фондових ринків, амазонів і копірайтів, то контраст виїсть очі.

1. Актуальненько і свєжо. Звідки беруться ваші айфони і мої самсунги, хто обслуговує найбільші технопарки, як роботи витісняють людину з ринку праці. Витісняють же!

2. Циферки. Я читаю такі книжечки ще й з утилітарною метою - ткнути носом
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Daniel
Dec 25, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Plenty of evidence to check my Whiggish view of technology and labour markets. The overarching narrative is laughably bad. He has an ongoing analogy towards a tornado but it provides no analytical clarity because I have no intuition as to the dynamics of tornados. And then he ended with

For The Wizard of Oz is, at least in its most widely received version, a fairy-tale informed by militant theory. There is critical disagreement about the political origins of Frank Baum’s original novel; however,
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Jeremy
Dec 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was the best political read of 2018 for me. Examining platform capitalism from an Autonomist Marxist perspective. There are ideas for organizing tech workers, and for creating channels of solidarity from the entire supply chain from heavy metal mining to electronic waste disposal and recycling, and challenging the heart of platform capitalism through many vectors. There is the start of class analysis needed to analyze the multifaceted class strata of technology workers, and a suggestion of ...more
Ro
Apr 05, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: technopolitics
Excellent and engaging survey of critical theories and analysis around the modern, technology-heavy global political economy. There were extensive citations for finding more readings and research on this subject.

I thought the book was very strong when it looked at the history of technological research and development in the US, the classes and cultures of Silicon Valley, the nature and strategies of generating profits in cyberspace, and the global supply chains that underpin the modern global
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Luke Echo
Dyer-Witheford takes the standard 'End of Work' narratives of technologists like Rifkin or Brynjolfsson & McAffe and attempts to inject a bit of Marxism. Instead of progress and the drive for efficiency, at the heart of technological development is instead the vortex of "cybernetic-capital".

Like many of these books Dyer-Witheford packs in a lot of detail and examples. All the usual stories are included from Fordism, Japanese Manufacturing, Coltan extraction, Foxcon, Mobile Phones, to
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Jay
May 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Well researched, a fantastic examination of how technology - specifically cybernetics - affects the global proletariat in a myriad of contradictory ways.
Donia Al-Issa
Read the section "Cybernetics" for my Advanced theories of Communication course.

Robots? ROBOTS MAKING ROBOTS?
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