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Lectures and seminars from the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford. The OII is a leading world centre for multidisciplinary research and teaching on the social factors that are shaping the Internet, and their implications for society. Areas covered by our podcasts include: social networking, Internet regulation, safety and security online, e-government and democracy, civil society, open access, identity, e-learning, citizen journalism and new media, and the future of the Internet itself.

# Episode Title Description People Date
112 Pressed for Time: The Acceleration of Life in Digital Capitalism Judy Wajcman explains why we immediately interpret our experiences with digital technology as inexorably accelerating everyday life. Judy Wajcman, John Naughton 26 Mar 2015
111 Pressed for Time: The Acceleration of Life in Digital Capitalism Judy Wajcman explains why we immediately interpret our experiences with digital technology as inexorably accelerating everyday life. Judy Wajcman, John Naughton 26 Mar 2015
110 Creative Commons Combatting Corruption with Mobile Phones India's right to information movement demonstrated the potential to combat corruption through social audits – an exercise to share and verify public records with people. Vivek Srinivasan 26 Mar 2015
109 Africa's Information Revolution: Rhetoric and Reality Over the past decade there has been a phenomenal growth in mobile phone and internet usage in Africa which has attracted substantial media and academic interest. Padraig Carmody 26 Mar 2015
108 Creative Commons Dying for an iPhone: The Hidden Struggle of China's Workers An in-depth study of the most powerful electronics contractor and the lives of its 1.4 million workers. Jenny Chan 26 Mar 2015
107 Creative Commons Ethical Treatment of Data in New Digital Landscapes - bringing development practitioners and academics together How can NGOs like Oxfam come together with academics and practitioners alike to tackle emerging privacy and security challenges when it comes to effective management of data? Amy O'Donnell 26 Mar 2015
106 The (so far) grassroots success story of Farmerline, a social mobile tech enterprise for African farmers Alloysius Attah will discuss some of Farmerline's success factors, including its locally adapted technological solutions and strong local outreach. Alloysius Attah 04 Feb 2015
105 ICT, Civic Education and Civil Society Capacity Building in Iran Since Tavaana's launch in 2010, the e-learning institute has safely educated thousands of Iranians about democracy and human rights. Mariam Memarsadeghi 04 Feb 2015
104 Tales from the Zooniverse or, What to do with a million scientists Tales from the Zooniverse or, What to do with a million scientists Chris Lintott, Helen Margetts 09 Jan 2015
103 Creative Commons De-MOOC-ifying Online Learning panel examines online learning through comparing and contrasting the MOOC format with traditional online strategies. Wally Boston, Phil Ice, Karan Powell 09 Jan 2015
102 Creative Commons Facing the Crowd: Past, Present, and Furtures of Digital Labor Facing the Crowd: Past, Present, and Furtures of Digital Labor Mary L. Gray 09 Jan 2015
101 Creative Commons There Ain't No 'e' in PPE - How do we fill the digital skills gap at the top levels of government and politics? Interview with Tom Steinberg on the topics of his talk "There Ain't No 'e' in PPE - How do we fill the digital skills gap at the top levels of government and politics?" Tom Steinberg 09 Jan 2015
100 Digital strategy, social media and elections Interview with Matthew McGregor of Blue State Digital on the topics covered in his seminar "Digital strategy, social media and elections". Matthew McGregor 09 Jan 2015
99 Creative Commons OII Internet Awards 2014: Interview with Beth Noveck Interview with Beth Noveck on receiving an internet and society award at the OII Internet Awards 2014. Beth Noveck 09 Jan 2015
98 Creative Commons OII Internet Awards 2014: Interview with Laura Bates Interview with Laura Bates on receiving an internet and society award at the OII Internet Awards 2014. Laura Bates 09 Jan 2015
97 OII Internet Awards 2014: Interview with Dame Stephanie Shirley Interview with Dame Stephanie Shirley on receiving a lifetime achievement award at the OII Internet Awards 2014. Stephanie Shirley 09 Jan 2015
96 Creative Commons OII Internet Awards 2014: Interview with Barry Wellman Interview with Barry Wellman on receiving a lifetime achievement award at the OII Internet Awards 2014. Barry Wellman 09 Jan 2015
95 Creative Commons Towards an ethics of ignorance? The value of not knowing something illuminates some basic assumptions about knowledge and allows us to ask a series of interesting questions about how the information society will develop.  Nicklas Lundbland 09 Jul 2014
94 Your Attention Please: Should human attention be treated as a scarce resource? Tim Wu will discuss the science of attention, the history of the attention industries, and some of the harms caused by overharvesting. He will also propose a model of attention sovereignty of importance for the future. Tim Wu 09 Jul 2014
93 Researching Life in the Digital Age: A Philosophical Analysis of Data-Intensive Biology This talk aims to provide a philosophical framework through which the current emphasis on data-intensive biology can be studied and understood. Sabina Leonelli 14 May 2014
92 What Hopes for ICT for Development? Tim Unwin focuses on current work at the CTO, where his own personal contributions focus especially on the use of ICTs by people with disabilities. Tim Unwin 21 Mar 2014
91 Creative Commons Working worlds: perspectives and problems of a tool for thinking about modern science Jon Agar will introduce the concept of working worlds, illustrate how they can be used to think about past and present science, and identify some problems and issues. Jon Agar 10 Mar 2014
90 Creative Commons Privacy in a Digital Age Julian Huppert discusses privacy in a digital age. Julian Huppert 10 Mar 2014
89 The Real-Time City? Big Data and Smart Urbanism Rob Kitchin discusses how cities are being instrumented with digital devices and infrastructure that produce ‘big data’. Rob Kitchin 03 Mar 2014
88 Creative Commons Thoughts Towards a History of ICT4D - And Its Future Role David Souter uses the history and development of ICT4D as a framework to critique ICT4D approaches and consider the relevance of ICTs and ICT4D to the post-2015 development agenda. David Souter 27 Feb 2014
87 Creative Commons How best to communicate with communities affected by disaster? Case Studies from Typhoon Haiyan This seminar will investigate how different technologies were used by CDAC Network Members in the immediate response to Typhoon Haiyan, focusing particularly on how needs assessment data was collected, shared and acted upon. Nicki Bailey 27 Feb 2014
86 "Emerging Markets" on the Internet Vili Lehdonvirta discusses emerging markets on the Internet. Vili Lehdonvirta 12 Feb 2014
85 How Do People Interact with Virtual Environments? Andrew Przybylski discusses the motivational dynamics of how people approach ICTs, social media and video games. Andrew Przybylski 12 Feb 2014
84 Learning, Education and the Internet Rebecca Eynon summarises key areas of her research on learning, education, and the Internet. Rebecca Eynon 12 Feb 2014
83 Creative Commons ePetitions Scott Hale discusses epetitions Scott Hale 12 Feb 2014
82 Does Social Media Use Change the Type of News We Receive? Jonathan Bright explores the impact of social media on news consumption. He examines how social media users choose what to share, how this varies by platform, and what the implications may be for the type of news coverage that people receive. Jonathan Bright 12 Feb 2014
81 The Online Initiative: Rethinking Public Spaces in the Digital Transition Luciano Floridi presents 'The Onlife Initiative', a project he chaired for the European Commission on how ICTs are modifying our relationships to ourselves, to others, and to the world around us. Luciano Floridi 12 Feb 2014
80 The Gardener, the Dentist, and the Long-Jumper: Ethics in the Age of Information Luciano Floridi discusses his new book, 'The Ethics of Information', and outline the nature and scope of Information Ethics. Luciano Floridi 12 Feb 2014
79 Creative Commons The Internet in a post-PRISM world Dan McQuillan examines the Internet in a post-PRISM world, and asks if its power to tackle global poverty will be lost. Dan McQuillan 12 Feb 2014
78 Crowdsourcing and Development of Activity Systems: the Case of Emergency Response Gregory Asmolov suggests applying the notion of activity systems and zones of proximal development, as conceptualized in Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), to the field of ICT4D. Gregory Asmolov 12 Feb 2014
77 Creative Commons The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Implications for ICT4D Research Richard Heeks explores new post-2015 development agenda and its implications for ICT4D (information and communication technologies for development) research priorities. Richard Heeks 12 Feb 2014
76 Creative Commons Rise of the Operaters Discussion of Internet surveillance, parliamentary oversight of security services, the Digital Economy Act, communications data, and government data sharing. Mike Bracken 17 Jan 2014
75 Creative Commons A Better Internet for Kids – With or Without Politicians? Internet safety has been at or near the top of the political agenda in the UK for half a decade. Do the UK's children have a better internet experience compared with kids elsewhere? Simon Milner 17 Jan 2014
74 Creative Commons You can't solve problems by breaking the net Every problem we experience will have some intersection with the Internet, and will invite the same solution we’ve gotten in the fights over obscenity and copyright infringement: can’t you just break the Internet a little, so that it fixes my problem? Cory Doctorow 17 Jan 2014
73 Had Bell Invented Visualization, he would have said ... Visualization is a ubiquitous technology, just like telecommunication. However, unlike a telephone system, humans play an integral part inside the "box" of visualization. This poses a significant challenge in establishing a theory of visualization. Min Chen 10 Jan 2014
72 Creative Commons Online Labour Markets: Fruit Fly for Social Scientists, Conundrum for Policy Makers In recent years, a number of fully global, online labor markets have emerged. In these markets, buyers hire workers from around the world to perform tasks amenable to remote completion, such as computer programming, data entry and graphic design. This tal John Horton 10 Jan 2014
71 The Internet in Africa: A Perspective from a Practitioner Andile Ngcaba discusses the ability to address the challenge of the growth of Internet in Africa from multiple perspectives. Andile Ngcaba 10 Jan 2014
70 New Media, New Civics? Ethan Zuckerman explores contemporary anxieties about "a crisis in civics" and looks at the idea that civics is changing along with digital media to become more participatory and inclusive, but harder to understand and predict. Ethan Zuckerman 10 Jan 2014
69 Through the Network (of Networks): The Fifth Estate The Internet and web are creating a new space for networking people, information and other resources: this has the potential to become an important 'fifth estate' to support greater accountability in politics, the media and other institutional arenas. William Dutton 12 Sep 2008
68 Facebook: The Strength of Weak Ties Veronica Sartore interviews Dr Bernie Hogan about his research on the social networking site Facebook, differences between online and offline relationships, how personal boundaries are regulated and the strength of weak ties. Bernie Hogan, Veronica Sartore 06 Feb 2009
67 The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: Online Audiences and the Paradox of Web Traffic Using three years of daily Web traffic data, and new models adapted from financial mathematics, this talk examines large-scale variation in Web traffic. Matthew Hindman 06 Mar 2009
66 Trusted Computing: Questioning What You Think You Know Eugene provokes us to question some assumptions related to computer architecture, the definitions of security, and how best to build trusted systems. Are current methods of defining security appropriate? How might we better design a system to be secured? Eugene H. Spafford 08 May 2009
65 Trusted Computing Rants, Regrets and Research How do we build trustworthy hardware, and how can we use that to increase the trustworthiness of broader distributed computation? Sean presents some things he's learned, some things he wishes he had done differently, and some things he'd still like to do. Sean Smith 08 May 2009
64 The Changing Business of Software Michael Cusumano focuses on how both the enterprise and consumer software businesses have been changing over the past decade, building on observations made in his 2004 book, The Business of Software. Michael Cusumano 08 May 2009
63 Regulating Technologies Roger Brownsword argues that the legal community should be concerned to contribute to debates about the implications and regulation of rapidly developing and converging technologies (eg ICTs, biotech / nanotech). Roger Brownsword 08 May 2009
62 Negotiation and the Global Information Economy JP Singh discusses the role played by diplomacy and negotiations in economic globalization, exploring possibilities for transformational problem-solving through multilateral diplomacy, allowing an adjustment of positions so that mutual gains will result. JP Singh 03 Jul 2009
61 If Fiber is the Medium, What is the Message? Next-Generation Content for Next-Generation Networks By investigating price and capacity trends over the past century, Eli Noam shows that it is possible to predict the type, style, and genres of media content of a future ultra-broadband infrastructure, which allows a richer, more bit-intensive content. Eli Noam 03 Jul 2009
60 The Second Life of Urban Planning Marcus Foth demonstrates the value of various tools and services (eg Second Life) for engaging people in novel and participatory planning exercises, and for investigating how the public interpret and understand proposed urban designs and urban planning. Marcus Foth 03 Jul 2009
59 Urban Informatics: The Internet, locative media and mobile technology for urbanites Marcus Foth overviews various urban informatics projects, exploring the communicative ecology of urban residents, community engagement using public history and digital storytelling, and social navigation for mobile urban information systems. Marcus Foth 03 Jul 2009
58 Making Science Public: Data-sharing, Dissemination and Public Engagement with Science How have social media changed the nature of the scientific debate among scientists? Are they challenging the supremacy of editors, reviewers and science communicators? How have they impacted on engagement with the public understanding of science? Felix Reed-Tsochas, Maxine Clarke, Ben Goldacre, Cameron Neylon 07 Oct 2009
57 Social Media, So What? Assessing the Impact of Blogs and Social Media Can Web 2.0 tools (eg blogs, social networking and wikis) enhance our democratic freedoms? Or can we dismiss the socially egalitarian and politically democratic potential of these social media? Have any significant social impacts been ignored so far? Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Stefan Niggemeier, Evgeny Morozov, Richard Allan 07 Oct 2009
56 Parties, Campaigns and Representation: The Political Impact of Blogs and Social Media Are social media tools likely to prove effective in engaging any voters except those who are already interested in politics? Is their apparent 'democratisation' of traditional party structures to be believed? Helen Margetts, Iain Dale, Andrew Rasiej, Matthew McGregor 07 Oct 2009
55 Breaking News: The Changing Relationship Between Blogs and Mainstream Media Among the traditional media, blogs and other contributions to citizen journalism have for a long time been regarded as posing a significant threat to 'quality' news reporting ... is this a valid view? What (if anything) can social media offer? David Levy, Richard Sambrook, John Kelly, Jonathan Ford 07 Oct 2009
54 Internet Governance and Regulation: The Future of the Internet - and How to Stop It What lies around the corner for the Internet .. and how do we avoid it? How can we study and affect the future of the Internet using the distributed power of the network itself? This is Jonathan Zittrain's inaugural lecture at the University of Oxford. Jonathan Zittrain 09 Oct 2009
53 Blogging at 20? The Future and Potential of Social Media If social media are the defining advance of Web 2.0, whereby the network-as-platform enabled users not just to download content but to create it, tag it and share it ... what will the next decade hold? Will we continue to Tweet? William Dutton, Nigel Shadbolt, Dave Sifry, Richard Allan 09 Nov 2009
52 The Growth of the Corporate Blog: 'Letting go' of Information Control or Maintaining the Official Line? What do companies expect to gain from maintaining an online 'social media' presence? What are the implications of these trends for the development of traditional public relations strategies and business journalism? Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb, Kara Swisher, Simon Hampton, Mark Rogers 09 Nov 2009
51 The crisis of global capitalism: towards a new economic culture? Manuel Castells draws on arguments from his book Communication Power in discussing the structural causes and implications of the 2008 economic crisis, and in claiming that we are moving, without much understanding, towards a new form of global capitalism. Manuel Castells 09 Nov 2009
50 Using the Web to do Social Science Duncan Watts discusses how the Internet is beginning to lift a long-time constraint of social science research on emergent collective behaviour: the difficulty of measuring interactions between people, at scale, over time, while also observing behaviour. Duncan Watts 09 Nov 2009
49 From Weblogs to Twitter: How Did We Get Where We Are Today and What Are the Main Impacts To Date? What are the most important milestones in the evolution of social media? What factors have shaped their successes and limitations? Kathryn Corrick, Dave Sifry, Bill Thompson, William Dutton 13 Nov 2009
48 National Broadband Policies: Perspectives from the US and Britain Robert Hahn discusses his recent paper responding to the US Federal Communications Commission's request for guidance in designing a national US broadband plan. Robert Hahn 13 Nov 2009
47 Peer to Peer and the Music Industry: The Criminalization of Sharing Examining technical, legal and cultural strategies by the recording industry to persuade people that file-sharing is impossible, immoral, un-cool or dangerous, and the failure of these strategies. Alternative business models are discussed. Matthew David 08 Mar 2010
46 Net Neutrality on the Internet: A Two-sided Market Analysis A discussion of net neutrality regulation in the context of a two-sided market model. Nicholas Economides 08 Mar 2010
45 When the Audience Clicks: Buying Attention in the Digital Age Discussion of media buying and the attention-creation industry - showing how the fixation on audiences' click-like behaviour is a disruptive institutional force, and how buyers' new approaches to attention are creating new forms of social discrimination. Joseph Turow 08 Mar 2010
44 Those Golden Eggs Come From Somewhere: Internet Regulation at a Crossroads A discussion of how largely well-intentioned political and legal reactions to the highest-profile risks of ICT creates a danger of perhaps killing the goose that is giving us golden eggs of innovation, decentralization, and personal empowerment. Michael Froomkin 08 Mar 2010
43 Relationships and the Internet This forum looks at the state of the art of academic research on relationships and the Internet and how this research informs research on the social aspects of the Internet in general, such as issues of trust and identity. William Dutton, Nicole Ellison, Bernie Hogan, Joseph B. Walther 08 Mar 2010
42 We are the Web: The future of the social machine The Web 2.0 world is commonplace but the promise of massive scale human computing has barely been exploited. This seminar explores the potential, challenges, and promises for next-generation technologies that can empower humanity to address key problems. Jim Hendler 30 Apr 2010
41 Giving in the Digital World For charitable organizations and initiatives, the Internet provides the opportunity to reach more people in more direct and personal ways. Are they grasping this opportunity? Lucy Bernholz 30 Apr 2010
40 The Global Information Technology Reports: Lessons in Technology, Development and Competitiveness Professor Soumitra Dutta discusses the Global Information Technology Reports: the world's most comprehensive and authoritative international assessment of the impact of ICTs on the development process and the competitiveness of nations. Soumitra Dutta 10 May 2010
39 Delete! Viktor Mayer-Schönberger looks at the important role that forgetting has played throughout human history, the surprising phenomenon of perfect remembering in the digital age, and why we must reintroduce our capacity to forget. Viktor Mayer-Schonberger, Helen Margetts 10 May 2010
38 Authentic Assessment in the era of Social Media: ideas and applications from Internet Communications The emergence of Web 2.0-enabled social media online provides a new opportunity to develop assessments that match with, and draw upon students' engagement with online knowledge networking, creating new possibilities for 'authenticity' in assessment. Matthew Allen 18 May 2010
37 The Internet Turns 40: Midlife Crisis or Grand Challenge for Computer-Mediated Communication? This talk discusses research being undertaken at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago and its consequences for future forms of computer-mediated communication and for the Internet. Steve Jones 18 May 2010
36 Don't Hate the Player, Hate the Game: Internet Games, Social Inequality and Racist Talk as Griefing This talk recaps the history of racist griefing online and link the current crisis in racial discourse in the US with this practice, exploring the implications for digital games as a transnational public sphere. Lisa Nakamura 20 Jul 2010
35 What Will A Companionable Computational Agent Be Like? (Lovelace Lecture 2010) Yorick Wilks explores the state of the art in modelling realistic conversation with computers over the last 40 years, and asks what we would want in a conversational agent (or 'Companion') designed for a long-term relationship with a user. Yorick Wilks 20 Jul 2010
34 Next Generation Internet Users: Digital Divides, Choices, and Inequalities Grant Blank summarises his lecture on how a new pattern of Internet access is developing through the use of a growing variety of devices than enable increasing mobility: these people are "Next Generation Internet Users". Grant Blank 28 Feb 2012
33 Information Technologies and Marginalization in African Market Economies Laura Mann summarises her lecture on information technologies and marginalization in African market economies, part of the OII's Society and the Internet Lecture Series. Laura Mann 28 Feb 2012
32 Partner Compatibility and Online Dating Sites Erina Lee discusses the importance of similarity between partners in terms of long-term relationship satisfaction. She discusses some compatibility dimensions that have been considered by eHarmony, as well as future directions for research. Bernie Hogan, Erina Lee 28 Feb 2012
31 Presentation and Perception on Online Dating Sites Joseph Walther describes the hyperpersonal model and its relevance to the study of online dating. 'Idealisation' of perception and presentation online can facilitate the selection process, but may have unforseen consequences when people eventually meet. Joseph Walther, Nicole Ellison 28 Feb 2012
30 Scammers on Online Dating Sites Monica Whitty discusses her recent work on dating scams, which has focused on attempting to identify a typology of victims, recognizing the techniques used by scammers, and also the psychological impact of the scams themselves. Monica Whitty, Bernie Hogan 28 Feb 2012
29 Innovations and Journalism: Finally Together? Turo Uskali argues that, thanks to the Internet, there has never been a better time for innovative journalism and innovations in journalism. Turo Uskali 28 Feb 2012
28 The Need for Achieving Appropriate Information Sharing and Information Protection David Bray describes the Information Sharing Environment, exploring post-9/11 information sharing in the United States, and the efforts being made towards information sharing and national security. David Bray 28 Feb 2012
27 Does the Mind have a Future? Baroness Greenfield discusses how Information Technology is changing the way humans think and feel. Whilst there are clear benefits, she also highlights the less desirable consequences, and suggests how best to minimise these threats. Susan Greenfield 28 Feb 2012
26 Visualisation in the Age of Computerisation Professor Steve Woolgar introduces and discusses the main themes of the Visualisation in the Age of Computerisation conference, by reflecting on recent changes in visualisation media and considering some of the implications of these changes for research. Steve Woolgar 28 Feb 2012
25 Facebook Resistance? Understanding the Role of the Internet in the Arab Revolutions Revolutions are currently sweeping the Arab world, from Tunisia to Egypt and Libya to Bahrain. The Internet has been reported as a key factor, but we in fact know little of its role in these revolutions. Miriyam Aouragh, Noha Atef, Khaled Hroub, George Weyman 12 Mar 2012
24 Digital Social Research: An Interdisciplinary Niche or the Future of the Social Sciences? Peter van den Besselaar's Keynote talk from the OII Symposium "Social Science and Digital Research: Interdisciplinary Insights", March 2012. Peter van den Besselaar 28 Mar 2012
23 Creative Commons Reproducibility: Gold or Fool's Gold in Digital Social Research? Christine Borgman's Keynote talk from the OII Symposium "Social Science and Digital Research: Interdisciplinary Insights", March 2012. Christine Borgman 28 Mar 2012
22 Creative Commons Visioning Studies: A Socio-technical Approach to Designing the Future Diane H. Sonnenwald's Keynote talk from the OII Symposium "Social Science and Digital Research: Interdisciplinary Insights", March 2012. Diane H. Sonnenwald 28 Mar 2012
21 Creative Commons Webometrics: The Evolution of a Digital Social Science Research Field Mike Thelwall's Keynote talk from the OII Symposium "Social Science and Digital Research: Interdisciplinary Insights", March 2012. Mike Thelwall 28 Mar 2012
20 Computational Perspectives on the Structure and Information Flows in Online Networks An increasing amount of social interaction is taking place online: analyzing this data computationally offers enormous potential to address long-standing scientific questions, and to harness and inform the design of future social computing applications. Jure Leskovec 22 May 2012
19 Creative Commons The Role of Digital Humanities in a Major Natural Disaster Paul Millar, CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive project leader, discusses the role of digital humanities in developing an international resource to preserve the digital record of the earthquakes' impacts and the long-term process of recovery. Paul Millar 19 Jun 2012
18 Automated Analysis of Information and Social Networks from Social Media Data Anatoliy Gruzd, Dalhousie University, gives a talk for the Oxford Internet Institute. Anatoliy Gruzd 06 Nov 2012
17 The Life Story of a Pioneer: From Hi-tech to Philanthropy The OII's Founding Donor Dame Stephanie Shirley speaks about the sources of her innovation, the software house she founded back in 1962 and why she has already given away £65M to IT and autism projects. Stephanie Shirley 02 Jan 2013
16 OII Internet and Society Awards: Raspberry Pi Victoria Nash, talks to Pete Lomas, Founder and Trustee at Raspberry Pi, recipients of an Internet and Society Award in 2012 from OII, in recognition of their exemplary efforts in using the Internet for the public good in Britain. Victoria Nash, Pete Lomas 02 Jan 2013
15 The Social Economy: Unleashing Value and Productivity through Social Technologies Over 70 percent of companies are using social technologies in some way, however very few come anywhere close to achieving the full potential benefit. Drummond Bone, Michael Chui, James Manyika, Marc Ventresca 02 Jan 2013
14 Creative Commons Media Uses and Gratifications: Some Features of the Approach In this seminar Jay G. Blumler discusses the origins and sources of the appeal of the 'uses and gratifications' paradigm. Jay Blumler 02 Jan 2013
13 Media Uses and Gratifications: Some Features of the Approach: Response by Denis McQuail Denis McQuail's response to Jay G. Blumler's talk on the origins and sources of the appeal of the 'uses and gratifications' paradigm. Denis McQuail 02 Jan 2013