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Title Making our world : the hacker and maker movements in context / edited by Jeremy Hunsinger & Andrew Schrock
Published New York : Peter Lang, [2019]


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Description xii, 317 pages : illustration ; 23 cm
Series Digital formations ; vol. 120
Digital formations ; v. 120
Contents Learning by doing : The tenuous alliance of the maker movement and education reform -- Kevin Mitnick, The New York Times, and the media's conception of the hacker -- Making civic media in the post-Fukushima Japanese media ecology -- Project chanology and the formation of anonymous as an activist movement -- Conscientious hacking and the weak collective -- Policy hacking : opening up the code of media and communications regulation -- Hacking administration : a report from Los Angeles -- Why locality and presence (still) matter for political activism -- Basteln, tinkering and bricolage : a cultural history of hacking -- Women's hacking of the poison gift of free/libre/open source software -- Making space for a revolution : occupy wall street as a maker movement -- The d├ętente model of managing divergent values in the maker-sphere -- Hacker agency and the Raspberry Pi : informal education and social innovation in a Belfast makerspace -- Hacking as a way of life : Makers at the margins of global digital culture -- The paradox of maker movement in China
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Hackers.
Computer security.
Hackers -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Hackers -- Political activity.
Open source software -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Social movements -- Technological innovations.
Internet and activism.
Digital media.
Author Hunsinger, Jeremy, editor
Schrock, Andrew, editor
LC no. 2018039551
ISBN 9781433160004 (paperback) (alkaline paper)
1433160005 (paperback) (alkaline paper)
9781433160011 (hardcover) (alkaline paper)
1433160013 (hardcover) (alkaline paper)
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