Alongside the continuous harm to the privacy, the Internet age has challenged the way individuals and society behave. Amongst others, different social institutions – and primarily those associated with labor relations, ownership of private property, and of the household – have seen tremendous shifts that require rethinking various social problems, as well as, reconsidering regulatory mechanisms of the private and public spheres. Consequently, this reading group facilitates young scholars and doctorates, arriving from different disciplines, and enables a joint intellectual discussion on how each phenomenon, and the two together, challenges the modern society, its institutions, and the academic literature investigating them.
The meetings will take place at Yael Room in the Institute of Criminology at the following dates:
* 16.05, Wednesday, 15:00.
* 30.05, Wednesday, 15:00.
* 06.06, Wednesday, 15:00.
* 13.06, Wednesday, 15:00.
* 10.01 - Discussion paper: Papacharissi, Z., & Gibson, P. L. (2011). Fifteen minutes of privacy: Privacy, sociality, and publicity on social network sites. In Privacy online (pp. 75-89). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
* 13.12 - Discussion paper: Terranova, T. (2000). Free labor: Producing culture for the digital economy. Social text, 18(2), 33-58.