Books

A list of books relevant to my research/teaching interests and available under various open content licenses (Primarily Creative Commons licenses).

Anon. A Primer on Communication Studies, Creative Commons by-nc-sa 3.0

Anon. Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass Communication Creative Commons by-nc-sa 3.0

Abelson, H., Ledeen, K. & Lewis, H. (2008) Blown to Bits: Your Life, Liberty, and Happiness After the Digital Explosion. Addison-Wesley. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Aigrain, P. (2012) Sharing: Culture and the Economy in the Internet Age. Amsterdam University Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Angell, I. O. & Demetis, D.S. (2010) Science’s First Mistake: Delusions in Pursuit of Theory. Bloomsbury Academic. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Aoki, K., Boyle, J. & Jenkins, J. (2006) Bound By Law? Center for the Study of the Public Domain, Creative Commons BY NC SA

Barnes, P. (2006) Capitalism 3.0: A Guide to Reclaiming the Commons, Berrett-Koehler Publishers. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Bartlett, J, Birdwell, J. & Littler, M. (2011) The New Face of Digital Populism. Demos. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Bazzichelli, T. (2013) Networked Disruption Rethinking Oppositions in Art, Hacktivism and the Business of Social Networking. Digital Aesthetics Research Center Press. Peer Production License.

Benkler, Y. (2006) The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom, Yale University Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Berkman Center & EIFL (2012) Copyright for Librarians: The Essential Handbook. Creative Commons BY.

Brake, D. R. (2009) ‘As if nobody’s reading’?: The imagined audience and socio-technical biases in personal blogging practice in the UK, PhD Thesis LSE Creative Commons BY NC

Bryant, L. (2011) The Democracy of Objects, Open Humanities Press, Creative Commons BY.

Bollier, D. (2008) Viral Spiral: How the Commoners Built a Digital Republic of Their Own, The New Press. Creative Commons BY NC

Boon, M. (2010) In Praise of Copying, Harvard University Press, Creative Commons BY NC SA

Boyd, D. (2014). It’s complicated: The social lives of networked teens. Yale University Press. CC BY NC SA

Boyle, J. (2008) The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind, Yale University Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Boyle, J & Jenkins, J. (2014) Intellectual Property: Law & The Information Society – Cases & Materials, First Edition, Creative Commons BY NC SA.

Boyle, J & Jenkins, J. (2014) Intellectual Property: Law & The Information Society – Selected Statutes & Treaties, First Edition, Creative Commons BY NC SA.

Caso, F. & Hamilton C. (2015) Popular Culture and World Politics: Theories, Methods, Pedagogies, E-International Relations Publishing CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Conio, A. (ed, 2015) Occupy: A People Yet to Come, Open Humanities Press Creative Commons BY SA

Cohen, J. (2012) Configuring the Networked Self: Law, Code, and the Play of Everyday Practice, Yale University Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Coleman, G. (2012) Coding Freedom: The Aesthetics of Hacking, Princeton University Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Costanza-Chock, S. (2014) Out of the Shadows, Into the Streets! Transmedia Organizing and the Immigrant Rights Movement. MIT Press Creative Commons BY NC.

Cowhey, P. F. & Aronson, J. D. (2009) Transforming Global Information and Communication Markets: The Political Economy of Innovation, MIT Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Cubitt, S., Palmer, D. & Tkacz, N. (eds) (2015) Digital Light, Open Humanities Press, Creative Commons BY SA.

Deazley, R., Kretschmer, M. & Bently, L. (2010) Privilege and Property: Essays on the History of Copyright, Open Book Publishers. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Delogu, C. J. (2014) Tocqueville and Democracy in the Internet Age, Open Humanities Press, Creative Commons BY SA.

Dey, A (coordinator) (2014) Handbook for Nonviolent Campaigns Second Edition, Published by War Resisters’ International Creative Commons BY NC SA.

Doctorow, C. (2008) Content: Selected Essays on Technology, Creativity, Copyright, and the Future of the Future, tachyon publications. Tachyon Publications. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Dron, J. & Anderson, T. (2014) Teaching Crowds: Learning and Social Media, AU Press, Athabasca University. Creative Commons License, Attribution–Noncommercial–NoDerivative.

Fossheim, H. and Ingierd, H. (eds.) (2015) Internet research ethics, Cappelen Damm Akademisk. CC BY.

Fuchs, C. (2016) Critical Theory of Communication: New Readings of Lukács, Adorno, Marcuse, Honneth and Habermas in the Age of the InternetCC-BY-NC-ND 4.0

Guadamuz, A. (2011) Networks, Complexity and Internet Regulation: Scale-free Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, Creative Commons BY NC SA.

Gillmor, D. (2004) We the Media: Grassroots Journalism by the People, for the People, O’Reilly Media, July 2004. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Gillmor, D. (2010) Mediactive, Creative Commons BY NC SA

Hill Duin, A. et al (eds) (2012) Cultivating Change in the Academy: 50+ Stories from the Digital Frontlines at the University of Minnesota in 2012, An Open-Source eBook, University of Minnesota. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Hogge, B. (2011) Barefoot into Cyberspace Adventures in search of techno-Utopia, Barefoot Publishing Limited Creative Commons BY SA

Joyce, M. (ed) (2010) Digital Activism Decoded The New Mechanics of Change, Debate Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Kaldrack, I. & Leeker, M. (2015)  There is no Software, there are just Services, Meson Press. CC-BY-SA 4.0

Karaganis, J. (2011) Media Piracy in Emerging Economies, Social Science Research Council. Creative Commons BY NC SA.

Kelty, C. M. (2008) Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software, Duke University Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Klang, M. (2006) Disruptive technology: Effects of technology regulation on democracy, PhD thesis University of Göteborg. Creative Commons BY NC SA

König, R. and Rasch, M. (2014) Society of the Query Reader Reflections on Web Search, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, Creative Commons BY NC SA

Krikorian, G. & Kapczynski, A. (eds) (2010) Access to Knowledge in the Age of Intellectual Property, Zone Books, Creative Commons BY NC ND

Langmar, P. (2011) Cultural Sphere and Public Interest: Combining Free and Participatory Culture, Cultural Democracy and Critiques of Value Regimes to Rethink Policy, Artistic and Institutional Practices v1.1. Masters Thesis, The American University of Paris. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Lastowka, G. (2010) Virtual Justice: The new laws of online worlds. Yale University Press. Creative Commons BY NC.

Lathrop, D. & Ruma, L. (eds) (2010) Open Government: Collaboration, Transparency, and Participation in Practice, O’Reilly Media, Creative Commons BY NC ND.

Lessig, L. (2001) The Future of Ideas: The fate of the commons in a connected world, Random House. Creative Commons BY NC

Lessig, L. (2004) Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and ControlCreativity, The Penguin Press. Creative Commons BY NC

Lessig, L. (2006) Code: Version 2.0 Basic Books. Creative Commons BY SA

Lessig, L. (2008) Remix: Making art and commerce thrive in the hybrid economy, Bloomsbury Academic. Creative Commons BY NC

Liang, L. (2004) Guide to Open Content Licenses, Piet Zwart Institute Rotterdam. Creative Commons BY NC SA.

Logie, J. (2006) Peers, Pirates, and Persuasion: Rhetoric in the Peer-to-Peer Debates, Parlor Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Lovink, Geert & Tkacz, Nathaniel (eds) (2011), Critical Point of View: A Wikpedia Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures. Creative Commons BY SA

Lovink, G. and Rasch, M. (eds) (2013) Unlike Us Reader: Social Media Monopolies and Their Alternatives, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam. Creative Commons BY NC SA.

Lowe, C. & Zemliansky, P. (eds)(2010) Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing, Volume 1, Parlor Press, Creative Commons BY NC ND

Lowe, C. & Zemliansky, P. (eds)(2011) Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing, Volume 2, Parlor Press, Creative Commons BY NC ND

Lule, J. (2012) Mass Communication, Media, and Culture, Creative Commons by-nc-sa

Mahan, S. (2010) Street-Fighting Mathematics: The art of educated guessing and opportunistic problem solving, MIT Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Mandiberg, M (ed) The Social Media Reader, New York University Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Marsden C. T. (2010) Net Neutrality: Towards a Co-regulatory Solution, Bloomsbury Academic. Creative Commons BY NC

McLeod, K. (2005) Freedom of Expression: Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity, Doubleday. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Miller et al (2016) How the World Changed Social Media UCL Press. Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0

Moss, David, and John Cisternino, (eds) (2009). New Perspectives on Regulation, Cambridge, MA; The Tobin Project, 2009. Creative Commons BY NC ND.

Mueller, F. () No Lobbyists as Such: The war over software patents in the European Union, SWM Software Marketing. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Ortego Soto, J. F. (2009) Wikipedia: A quantitative analysis, Doctoral Thesis Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Creative Commons BY SA

Postigo, H. (2012) The Digital Rights Movement: The Role of Technology in Subverting Digital Copyright. MIT Press CC BY

Rizk, N. & Shaver, L. (2010) Access to Knowledge in Egypt New Research on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development. Creative Commons BY NC

Sanderhof, M. (ed) (2014) Sharing is Caring: Openness and sharing in the cultural heritage sector, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen CC BY

Sauter, M. (2014) The Coming Swarm: DDoS, Hacktivism, and Civil Disobedience on the Internet, Bloomsbury Press.  Creative Commons BY NC SA

Schäfer, M. T. (2011) Bastard Culture! How User Participation Transforms Cultural Production, Amsterdam University Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Schur, R. L. (2009) Parodies of Ownership: Hip-Hop Aesthetics and Intellectual Property Law, University of Michigan Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Siefkes, C. (2007) From Exchange to Contributions: Generalizing Peer Production into the Physical World, Berlin, 2007. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Simanowski, R. (2016) Digital Humanities and Digital Media Conversations on Politics, Culture, Aesthetics and Literacy, Open Humanities Press. CC-BY-SA 4.0

Shaver, L. (ed) (2010) Access to Knowledge in Brazil: New Research in Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development. Creative Commons BY NC

Sprenger, F. (2015)  The Politics of Micro-Decisions: Edward Snowden, Net Neutrality, and the Architectures of the Internet, Meson Press. CC-BY-SA 4.0

Striphas, T. (2009) The Late Age of Print: Everyday book culture from consumerism to control. Columbia University Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

Suber, P. (2012) Open Access, MIT Press. Creative Commons BY NC

Suoranta, J. & Vadén, T. (2008) Wikiworld: Political Economy of Digital Literacy, and the promise of participatory media. Paulo Freire Research Center. License: Copyleft (Not a CC license but an open book and a good read)

Szoka, B & Marcus, A. (eds) (2010) The Next Digital Decade: Essays on the future of the Internet. Tech Freedom Creative Commons BY NC SA

Thierer, A. (2005) Media Myths: Making Sense of Media Ownership, The Progress & Freedom Foundation. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Todd, Darren (2011) Pirate Nation: How digital piracy is transforming business, society and culture, Kogan Page. Creative Commons BY NC SA

von Hippel, E. (2005) Democratizing Innovation, MIT Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Walker Rettberg, J. (2014) Seeing Ourselves Through Technology How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves, Palmgrave MacMillan. CC BY

Wynants, M. & Cornelis, J. (Eds) (2005) How Open is the Future? Economic, Social & Cultural Scenarios inspired by Free & Open-Source Software, Brussels University Press. Creative Commons BY NC ND

Zittrain, J. L. (2008) The Future of the Internet: and how to stop it, Yale University Press. Creative Commons BY NC SA

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