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Configuring the Networked Self: Law, Code, and the Play of Everyday Practice
© 2012, Julie E. Cohen


Configuring the Networked Self
was published by
Yale University Press in 2012. To buy the book, click here or here, or check with the bookstore of your choice. This printable version is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike license. 

 

Part One. Locating the Networked Self

1. Imagining the Networked Information Society

2. From the Virtual to the Ordinary: Networked Space, Networked Bodies, and the Play of Everyday Practice

Part Two. Copyright and the Play of Culture

3. Copyright, Creativity, and Cultural Progress

4. Decentering Creativity

Part Three. Privacy and the Play of Subjectivity

5. Privacy, Autonomy, and Information

6. Reimagining Privacy

Part Four. Code, Control, and the Play of Material Practice

7. “Piracy,” “Security,” and Architectures of Control

8. Rethinking “Unauthorized Access”

Part Five. Human Flourishing in a Networked World

9. The Structural Conditions of Human Flourishing

10. Conclusion: Putting Cultural Environmentalism into Practice

Bibliography

[Notes are included at the end of each chapter.]