• Social Networking and Transnational Capitalism

    Social Networking and Transnational Capitalism

    David published a paper in the journal, tripleC – Cognition, Communication, Co-operation, in 2011, entitled, ‘Social Networking and Transnational Capitalism’. Abstract: Social Networking Sites (SNS) have become a key component of users’ experience of the internet. […]

     
  • Virtual, Phenomenal, Real and Mobile

    Virtual, Phenomenal, Real and Mobile

    David presented a paper at the Society for Philosophy of Technology conference, in Denton, Texas, USA, entitled ‘Virtual, Phenomenal, Real and Mobile’ in May 2011.  The Call for Papers is archived here. Abstract:  The debate between […]

     
  • Socialmedia and Transnational Capitalism

    Socialmedia and Transnational Capitalism

    David presented a paper at MeCCSA in Salford, Greater Manchester, UK, entitled in January 2011. Abstract: Social Networking Sites (SNS) have become a key component of users’ experience, not just of Web 2.0 but of the growing non-web […]

     
  • #uksnow: webscience weather watch

    #uksnow: webscience weather watch

    David presented a paper at AoIR in Gothenburg, Sweden, in October 2010 Abstract: This paper describes a mashup event in the UK in the exceptional Winter of 2008/09, involving crowd-sourced data using the microblogging service […]

     
  • A framework for accessible m-government implementation

    David published a paper with his (then) PhD student, in the journal, Electronic Government, an International Journal, in 2010, entitled, ‘A framework for accessible m-government implementation’ Abstract: The great popularity and rapid diffusion of mobile technologies […]

     
  • Ecomasculinities: How a masculine discursive subject approach to the individual differences theory of gender and IT impacts an environmental informatics project

    Ecomasculinities: How a masculine discursive subject approach to the individual differences theory of gender and IT impacts an environmental informatics project

    David presented a paper a AMCIS, in Lima, Peru, in August 2010, entitled ‘Introducing Eco-Masculinities: How a masculine discursive subject approach to the Individual Differences Theory of Gender and IT impacts an environmental informatics project,’ […]

     
  • Foucault, Exhibitionism and Voyeurism on ChatRoulette

    Foucault, Exhibitionism and Voyeurism on ChatRoulette

    David presented a paper at CATaC 2010, in Vancouver, Canada, entitled, ‘Foucault, Exhibitionism and Voyeurism on ChatRoulette’ in June 2010. The proceedings are here. Abstract: Sexuality, understood as a Foucauldian discourse that expresses itself through […]

     
  • My Social Networking Profile: Copy, Resemblance, or Simulacrum? A Poststructuralist Interpretation of Social Information Systems

    David published a paper in the European Journal of Information Systems, in 2010, entitled, ‘My Social Networking Profile: Copy, Resemblance, or Simulacrum? A Poststructuralist Interpretation of Social Information Systems’. Abstract: This paper offers an introduction […]

     
  • Disability and Discourses of Web Accessibility

    David published a paper in the journal, Information Communication and Society, in 2009, entitled, ‘Disability and Discourses of Web Accessibility’. Abstract: Much of the World Wide Web remains inaccessible or difficult to access by people across […]

     
  • Director, ISOS

    In July 2009 David became Director of the Information Systems, Organisations and Society Research Centre, (ISOS).  The below are extracts from the Research Centre Plan 2010-12 created and distributed in Salford Business School, (SBS), in September […]