The Gig Economy: Workers and Media in the Age of Convergence


The Gig Economy: Workers and Media in the Age of ConvergenceII History: We Were Always Gig WorkersBehind the Wheel and in the Streets: Technological Transformation, Exit, and Voice in the New York City Taxi IndustryMore than a Gig? Ride-hailing in Los Angeles CountyCare in the Platform Economy: Interrogating the Digital Organisation of Domestic Work in IndiaSex Work/Gig Work: A Feminist Analysis of Precarious Domina Labor in the Gig EconomyIII Ideology: Thinking Like a Gig Economist“The Future Demands We All Become Prolific Artists”: Cultural Ideals of Gig Work in Popular Management Literature“Uber for Radio?”: Professionalism and Production Cultures in PodcastingGood People “Belong Anywhere”: Airbnb’s Emerging Neofascism‘Uber’ University and Labor Recomposition: Struggling Notes on (Dis)organized AcademiaIV Media: Negotiating the Gig Economy“¿Qué hay detrás de todo?”: Opacity, Precarity, and the Unwaged Labor of Latina Audiobook NarratorsLiquid Assets: Camming and Cashing In on Desire in the Digital AgeThis is Gig Leisure: Games, Gamification, and Gig LaborUprooting Uber: From “Data Fracking” to Data CommonsV Struggles: Organizing in the Gig EconomyPlatform Organizing: Tech Worker Struggles and Digital Tools for Labour MovementsCompetition, Collaboration and Combination: Differences in Attitudes to Collective Organization Among Offline and Online Platform WorkersPrecarity Beyond the Gig: From University Halls to Tech CampusesThe Cycle of Struggle: Food Platform Strikes in the UK 2016–18Conclusion: We Are All Gig WorkersBibliography
 
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