Dr. Sebastian Sevignani

Sevignani, Sebastian, Dr.
Professur allgemeine und theoretische Soziologie
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Professur allgemeine und theoretische Soziologie

Arbeitsgebiete

Sozialtheorie, Kritische Theorie, kritische politische Ökonomie, Mediensoziologie, Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie und Gesellschaft, Internet Studies, Social Media, Überwachung und Datenschutz/Privatsphäre, alternative Medien, Ideologietheorie, Technologiefolgenabschätzung, Digital Labour

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  • From January 2021: Principal investigator (together with Prof. Tilman Reitz) of the DFG funded research project “Geistiges Eigentum: Soziale Einbettung und funktionale Äquivalente” [Intellectual property: Social embeddedness and functional aequivalents], part of an Transregio-SFB on the structural transformation of property, Institute of Sociology, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena

  • April 2020-March 2021: Interim professor (W3) for Media Systems and Media Organisation at the Paderborn University’s Department of Media Studies

  • October 2019-March 2020: Interim professor (W3) for Media Economics and Media Management at the Paderborn University’s Department of Media Studies

  • Since 2014: Qualification position/ Postdoctoral researcher at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena’s Institute of Sociology, division of General and Theoretical Sociology (Prof. Hartmut Rosa)

  • 2010-2013: Research associate in the research project “Social Networking Sites in the Surveillance Society” (SNS3), funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) [project number: P22445-G17, co-ordination: Prof. Christian Fuchs, University of Westminster, London, UK]; website: www.sns3.uti.at

  • 2010: Lecturer in Media Economics, Department of Communication Studies, University of Salzburg, Austria

  • 2009-2010: Research associate at the Department of Communication Studies, University of Salzburg, Austria (Media Economics and Media Policy Research Group led by Prof. Manfred Knoche (2009) and Prof. Christian Steininger (2010))

  • 2008-2009: Research assistant at the Department of Communication Studies, University of Salzburg, Austria (Media Economics and Media Policy Research Group led by Prof. Manfred Knoche)
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Lehrveranstaltung Winstersemester 21/22

  • “Critical Theories of Digital Capitalism: Labour, Economy, Politics, and Culture”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2021/22, MA level [in German]
  • “Subject and Subjectivation: The Problem of Motivation in Social Theory”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2021/22, MA level [in German]

Lehrveranstaltung Sommersemester 2021

  • “Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2021, MA level [in German]
  • “Critical Theory of the Subject: Social Theory and Theory of Society in Critical Psychology”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2021, BA level [in German]

Vergangene Semester

  • “Media Economics I”, Paderborn University, winter term 2020/21, BA level, lecture [in German]
  • “Media and Capitalism II”, Paderborn University, winter term 2020/21, BA level [in German]
  • “Media and Property”, Paderborn University, winter term 2020/21, BA level [in German]
  • “The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere”, Paderborn University, winter term 2020/21, MA level, [in German]

  • “Media Economics II”, Paderborn University, summer term 2020, BA level, lecture [in German]
  • “Media and Capitalism”, Paderborn University, summer term 2020, BA level [in German]
  • “Towards a Cultural Political Economy: Media between Materialism and Semiosis”, Paderborn University, summer term 2020, MA level [in German]
  • “Political Economy of Privacy”, Paderborn University, summer term 2020, MA level [in German]

  • “Media Economics I”, Paderborn University, winter term 2019/20, BA level, lecture [in German]
  • “Critical Theory and Social Media”, Paderborn University, winter term 2019/20, BA level [in German]
  • “Theories and Issues of Digital Capitalism”, Paderborn University, winter term 2019/20, MA level, [in German]
  • “Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere 2.0”, Paderborn University, winter term 2019/20, MA level, [in German]

  • “Nancy Fraser and Rahel Jaeggi: A Critical Theory of Capitalism”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2019, BA level [bilingual, in German and English]

  • “Class and the Public Sphere”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2018/19, MA level [in German]
  • “Karl Marx and the Cultural Studies”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2018/19, BA level [in German]

  • “Critical Media- and Communication-Sociology”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2018, MA level [in German]
  • “Karl Marx and Nancy Fraser: For an Expanded Concept of Capitalism”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2018, BA level [in German]

  • “Critical Theory of Social Media”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2017/18, MA level [in German]
  • “Critical Theory of the Subject: Social Theory and Theory of Society in Critical Psychology”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2017/18, BA level [in German]

  • “Contradictions of Capitalism”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2017, MA level

  • “Theorising and Researching Needs II” (together with Dr. Jörg Oberthür), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2016/17, BA level [in German]
  • “Theories of Digital Capitalism” (together with Dr. Florian Butollo), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2016/17, MA level [in German]
  • “The Production of the Unconsciousness: Marx and Freud”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2016/17, BA level [in German]

  • “Needs and Critique”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2016, MA level [in German]
  • “Theorising and Researching Needs I” (together with Dr. Jörg Oberthür), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2016, BA level [in German]
  • “Marxism-Feminism” (together with Dr. Anja Gregor), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2016, BA level [in German]

  • “Marx and Bourdieu”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2015/16, BA level [in German]
  • “Sociological Controversies”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2015/16, BA level [in German]

  • “Species-Being” (together with Peter Schulz), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2015, MA level [in German]
  • “Are There False Needs? Problems and Relevance of a Key Concept in Critical Theory” (together with Hartmut Rosa), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2015, BA level [in German]
  • “Contradictions of Capitalism”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2015, BA level

  • “Marx and Weber”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2014/15, BA level [in German]
  • “Informational capitalism”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, winter term 2014/15, MA level [in German]

  • “Capitalism or Information Society?”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2014, BA level [in German]
  • “The Early Frankfurt School and the Theory of Culture Industry”, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, summer term 2014, MA level [in German]

  • “Critical Theory, Education, Media, and Student Movements”, University of Salzburg, summer term 2010, BA level [in German]
  • “Culture Industry”, University of Salzburg, summer term 2010, BA level [in German]

  • “Media Concentration”, University of Salzburg, winter term 2009/10, BA level [in German]
  • “Ideology and the Media”, University of Salzburg, winter term 2009/10, BA level [in German]

  • “Media Economics”, University of Salzburg, summer term 2009, BA level [in German]
Publikationen Inhalt einblenden

Monographies

  • Sevignani, Sebastian and Sevda Arslan. 2021. Medien und Kapitalismus. Stuttgart: Schmetterling. In preparation. [Media and Capitalism; in German]

  • Rosa, Hartmut, Jörg Oberthür, Ulf Bohmann, Joris Gregor, Stephan Lorenz, Peter Schulz, Sebastian Sevignani, und Janos Varga. 2020. Gesellschaftstheorie. München: UVK. [Theory of Society; in German]

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2016. Privacy and Capitalism in the Age of Social Media. New York: Routledge.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2013. The Commodification of Privacy in Informational Capitalism. Dissertation: University of Salzburg.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2009. Ideologie, Kulturindustrie und Hegemonie: Reflektionen zu Schlüsselbegriffen einer kritischen Kommuniationswissenschaft [Ideology, Culture Industry, and Hegemony: Reflections on Core Concepts of Critical Communication Studies; in German]. Unpublished Master thesis. University of Salzburg

Journal Articles

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2021. The digital structural transformation of the ideological public sphere and populist Communication. Theory, Culture & Society Annual Review 38, 7/8. In review.

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2021. Ideologische Öffentlichkeit im digitalen Strukturwandel. Special issue of Leviathan. Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft. Forthcoming. [The Ideological Public Sphere and the Digital Transformation; in German]

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2020. Klassenbildung im digitalen Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit. Das Argument: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften 335, 220-240. [Class Making in the Digital Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere; in German]

  • Sandoval, Marisol and Sebastian Sevignani. 2020. Digital exploitation: Linking communication and labour in global capitalism. Global Dialogue 10, 2: 22-24.

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2019. The development of informational needs and prospects of a need-based critique of digital capitalism. Annual Review of Critical Psychology 16: 523-543.

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2019. Historisch-Materialistische Theorie der Medien und der Kommunikation 2.0. Maske und Kothurn: Internationale Beiträge zur Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft 64 (1/2): 59-88. [Historical-Materialist Theory of Media and Communication 2.0; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2018. Informationelle Selbstbestimmung: Privatheit im digitalen Kapitalismus. Indes: Zeitschrift für Politik und Gesellschaft 2018, 2: 40–47.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2017. What Are Informational Needs? Westminster Advanced Studies 10: 3-22.

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2017. Privatheit, Entfremdung und die (De-)Kommodifizierung persönlicher Daten. Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegungen 30, 2: 170-179. [Privacy, Alienation, and the (De-) Commodification of Personal Data; in German]

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2017. Surveillance, Classification, and Social Inequality in Informational Capitalism: The Relevance of Exploitation in the Context of Markets in Information. Historical Social Research 42, 1: 77-102.

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2017. Herausforderungen der Debatte um das Digitale Arbeiten für eine Politische Ökonomie der neuen Medien. PROKLA: Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaften 47, 1: 43-67. [Challenges from the Digital Labour Debate for a Critical Political Economy of New Media; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2015. Medien im Kapitalismus: Strukturelle und ideologische (Klassen-)Herrschaft in der Perspektive einer kritischen politischen Ökonomie der Kommunikation. In Kurswechsel 2015, 3: 15-24.
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    [Media in Capitalism: Structural and Ideological (Class) Domination in the View of a Critical Political Economy of Communication; in German]

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2013. The Commodification of Privacy on the Internet. Science and Public Policy 40(6): 733-739.

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian and Christian Fuchs. 2013. What Is Digital Labour? What Is Digital Work? What’s Their Difference? And Why Do These Questions Matter for Understanding Social Media? tripleC 11(2): 237-293.

  • * Sevignani, Sebastian. 2012. The Problem of Privacy in Capitalism and the Alternative Social Networking Site Diaspora. tripleC 10 (2): 600-617. [special issue ed. by Vincent Mosco and Christian Fuchs]

Edited Volumes and special Issues

  • Seeliger, Martin, and Sebastian Sevignani (eds.). 2021. Another Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere? Democracy in Times of Globalization, Commodification, and Digitalization. Special Section of “Global Public Issues” in the Annual Review of Theory, Culture & Society. Forthcoming. [with contribution by Jürgen Habermas, Hartmut Rosa]

  • Seeliger, Martin, and Sebastian Sevignani (eds.). 2021. Ein neuer Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit? Special Issue of Leviathan. Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaft. Forthcoming. [Another Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere?; in German] [with contributions by Nancy Fraser, Jürgen Habermas, Hartmut Rosa, Douglas Kellner, Donatella della Porta]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian et. al. (eds.) 2020. Online-Kapitalismus. Zur Umwälzung einer Produktions- und Lebensweise. Special Issue of Das Argument: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften 335. Forthcoming. [Online Capitalism: On the Revolution of a mode of production and life; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian, and Marlen van den Ecker (eds.). 2020. Media and Communication in Digital Capitalism: Critical Perspectives. Special Section of Global Dialogue: Magazine of the International Sociological Assocation 10, 2: 20-32.

  • Krüger, Uwe, and Sebastian Sevignani (eds.). 2020. Ideologie, Kritik, Öffentlichkeit: Verhandlungen des Netzwerks Kritische Kommunikationswissenschaft. Frankfurt am Main: Westend. [Ideology, Critique, and the Public Sphere: Proceedings of the Network Critical Communication Studies]

  • Krüger, Uwe, and Sebastian Sevignani (eds.). 2019. Ideologie, Kritik, Öffentlichkeit: Verhandlungen des Netzwerks Kritische Kommunikationswissenschaft. Leipzig. [Ideology, Critique, and the Public Sphere: Proceedings of the Network Critical Communication Studies]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian, Christian Fuchs, Marisol Sandoval, Jernej Amon Prodnik, and Thomas Allmer (eds.). 2014. Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorizing Digital Labour and Virtual Work: Definitions, Forms, and Transformation. Special issue of tripleC: Communication, Capitalism, and Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society 12, 2: 464-801.

  • Sandoval, Marisol, Sebastian Sevignani, Alexander Rehbogen, Thomas Allmer, Matthias Hager, and Verena Kreilinger (eds.). 2011. Bildung MACHT Gesellschaft. Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot. [Education, Power, and Society; in German]

Contributions in Edited Volumes

  • Sevignani, Sebastian, and Julia Polkowski. 2021. Eine „vergessene Theorie“ gesellschaftlicher Kommunikation? (Bezugspunkt: Historisch-materialistische Gesellschaftswissenschaft). Zur Aktualität Horst Holzers. In Schlüsselwerke der Kommunikationswissenschaft, edited by Christian Rudeloff, Ralf Spiller, and Thomas Döbler. Wiesbaden: Springer. Forthcoming. [A forgotten theory of communication and society? (Reference point: Historical materialism). On the relevance of Horst Holzer In Key Works in Communication Studies; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian, and Isabelle Busche. 2021. Das Publikum als Ware: Dallas W. Smythe`s: Communications: Blindspot of Western Marxism. In Handbuch der Werbeforschung, edited by Tino Meitz, Nils S. Borchers, and Brigitte Naderer. Wiesbaden: Springer. Forthcoming. [The audience commodity: Dallas W. Smythe`s: Communications: Blindspot of Western Marxism In Handbook of Advertising Studies; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2021. Digital Labour and Prosumption under Capitalism. In Marx and the Robots, edited by Florian Butollo and Sabine Nuss. London: Pluto. Forthcoming. [English translation of “Digitale Arbeit und Prosumption im Kapitalismus“]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2020. Kritische Politische Ökonomie. In Handbuch Medienökonomie, edited by Jan Krone and Tassilo Pellegrini (pp. 71-98). New York: Springer. [Critical Political Economy In Handbook of Media Economics; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2020. Soziale Ungleichheit. In Gesellschaftstheorie, edited by Hartmut Rosa, Jörg Oberthür, Ulf Bohmann, Joris Gregor, Stephan Lorenz, Katrin Scherschel, Sebastian Sevignani, and Peter Schulz (pp. 153-190). München: UTB. [Social Inequality In Theory of Society; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2020. Ideologische Öffentlichkeit: Zur Organisation gesellschaftlicher Erfahrung im Kapitalismus. In Ideologie, Kritik, Öffentlichkeit: Verhandlungen des Netzwerk Kritische Kommunikationswissenschaft, edited by Uwe Krüger and Sebastian Sevignani (pp. 21-56). Frankfurt am Main: Westend. [Ideological Public Sphere: On the Organisation of Societal Experiences in Capitalism In Ideology, Critique, the Public Sphere: Proceedings of the Network Critical Communication Studies; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2019. Ideologische Öffentlichkeit: Zur Organisation gesellschaftlicher Erfahrung im Kapitalismus. In Ideologie, Kritik, Öffentlichkeit: Verhandlungen des Netzwerk Kritische Kommunikationswissenschaft, edited by Uwe Krüger and Sebastian Sevignani (pp. 12-45). Leipzig. [Ideological Public Sphere: On the Organisation of Societal Experiences in Capitalism In Ideology, Critique, and the Public Sphere: Proceedings of the Network Critical Communication Studies; in German]

  • Schulz, Peter, und Sebastian Sevignani. 2019. Kritische Theorie des Lifeloggings als Prüfstein möglicher Gestaltungsperspektiven der Datenökonomie? In Die Zukunft der Datenökonomie: Zwischen Geschäftsmodell, Kollektivgut und Verbraucherschutz, herausgegeben von Carsten Ochs, Michael Friedewald, Thomas Hess, und Jörn Lamla (pp. 309–26). Wiesbaden: Springer. [Critical Theory of Life Logging as an Evaluative Criterion to Regulate the Data Economy? In The Future of the Data Economy: Between Business Models, Common Property, and Consumer Protection]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2019. Digitale Arbeit und Prosumption im Kapitalismus. In Marx und die Roboter: Vernetzte Produktion, künstliche Intelligenz und lebendige Arbeit, edited by Florian Butollo and Sabine Nuss (pp. 293-310). Berlin: Dietz. [Digital Labour and Prosumption in Capitalism In Marx and the Robots: Networked Production, Artificial Intelligence and Living Labour]

  • Frey, Philipp and Sebastian Sevignani. 2019. Digitale Produktivkraftentwicklung und bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen. In Digitalisierung? Grundeinkommen!, edited by Werner Rätz, Dagmar Paternoga, and Gernot Reipen (pp. 50–64). Wien: Mandelbaum. [Development of the Digital Productive Forces and Universal Basis Income In Digitalization? Basic Income!]

  • Butollo, Florian and Sebastian Sevignani. 2018. Cyber-Marx? Ansatzpunkte einer historisch-materialistischen Analyse des digitalen Kapitalismus. In Marxismus und Soziologie: Klassenherrschaft, Ideologie und kapitalistische Krisendynamik, edited by Tilman Reitz and Tine Haubner (pp. 252-276). Weinheim: Beltz Juventa. [Cyber-Marx? Approaching Digital Capitalism from a Historical-Materialist Point of View In Marxism and Sociology: Class Domination, Ideology, and Capitalist Dynamics of Crisis]
  • Sevignani, Sebastian and Verena Kreilinger. 2018. Online Privacy Paradox and Social Networks. In Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining (ESNAM), edited by Reda Alhajj and Jon Rokne (pp. 1663-1671). New York: Springer.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2017. Bedürfnisentwicklung und Resonanz: Vorbereitende Überlegungen zu einer kritischen Theorie der Bedürfnisse. In Resonanz in der Diskussion, edited by Christian Helge Peters and Peter Schulz (pp. 177-194). [Need Development and Resonance: Prolegomena to a Critical Theory of Needs; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2017. Krise der Privatheit. In Kritische Öffentlichkeiten - Öffentlichkeiten in der Kritik, edited by Kornelia Hahn and Andreas Langenohl (pp. 237–254). Wiesbaden: Springer. [Crisis of Privacy In Critical Publics – Critique of Publics; in German]

  • Sevignani, Sebastian and Verena Kreilinger. 2017. Online Privacy Paradox and Social Networks. In Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining, edited by Reda Alhajj and Jon Rokne (pp. 1–9). New York, NY: Springer New York.

  • Allmer, Thomas, Jernej Prodnik, and Sebastian Sevignani. 2015. Mapping Approaches to User Participation and Digital Labour: A Critical Perspective. In Value and Labour in the Digital Age, edited by Eran Fisher and Christian Fuchs (pp. 153-171). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2014. Privacy on the Internet: Commodity vs. Common Good. In Proceedings of the European TA Conference (PACITA) “Technology Assessment and Policy Areas of Great Transitions”, edited by Tomáš Michalek, Lenka Hebáková, Leonhard Hennen, Constanze Scherz, Linda Nierling and Julia Hahn (pp. 359-364). Prague.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian and Verena Kreilinger. 2014. Online Privacy Paradox and Social Networks. In Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining (ESNAM), edited by Reda Alhajj and Jon Rokne (pp. 1193-1200). New York: Springer.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian, Marisol Sandoval, Thomas Allmer, Verena Kreilinger, Jernej Amon Prodnik, and Robert Prey. 2014. Critical Studies of Contemporary Informational Capitalism: The Perspective of Young Scholars. In Critique, Social Media, and the Information Society, edited by Christian Fuchs and Marisol Sandoval (pp. 76-90). London: Routledge.

  • Allmer, Thomas, Christian Fuchs, Verena Kreilinger, and Sebastian Sevignani. 2013. Social Networking Sites in the Surveillance Society: Critical Perspectives and Empirical Findings. In Media, Surveillance and Identity: A Social Perspective, edited by André Jansson and Miyase Christensen (pp. 49-70). New York: Peter Lang.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2013. Facebook vs. Diaspora: A Critical Study. In Unlike Us Reader: Social Media Monopolies and Their Alternatives, edited by Geert Lovink and Miriam Rasch (pp. 323-337). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2012. Privacy on Social Networking Sites within a Culture of Exchange. In Media, Knowledge, and Education: Cultures and Ethics of Sharing, edited by Wolfgang Sützl, Felix Stalder, Ronald Maier, and Theo Hug (pp 89-104). Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian and Marisol Sandoval. 2011. Das Realismusproblem von Gesellschaftskritik in der Mediengesellschaft: Am Beispiel der Studierendenbewegung Unibrennt. In Bildung MACHT Gesellschaft, edited by Marisol Sandoval, Sebastian Sevignani, Alexander Rehbogen, Thomas Allmer, Matthias Hager, and Verena Kreilinger (pp. 229-253). Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot. [The Problem of Realism for Social Criticism in Media Society: The Example of the Student Movement Unibrennt; in German]

Other Publications (Research Papers, Reviews, etc.)

  • Kämpf, Tobias and Sebastian Sevignani. 2021. Introduction and Interview with Christian Fuchs. In Special Issue on Digital Capitalism of Das Argument: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften 335. Forthcoming.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2013. A Review of the Book ‘Digital Labor: The Internet as Playground and Factory’, Edited by Trebor Scholz. tripleC (11) 1: 127-135.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2012. Research Design & Data Analysis, Presentation, and Interpretation: Part Three: SNS3 Research Paper No.13. Vienna: Unified Theory of Information Research Group.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian, Verena Kreilinger, Thomas Allmer, and Christian Fuchs. 2011. Analysis of Existing Empirical Research Methods for Studying (Online) Privacy and Surveillance: SNS3 Research Paper No.10. Vienna: Unified Theory of Information Research Group.

  • Sevignani, Sebastian. 2011. A Contribution to Foundations of a Critical Theory of Privacy: SNS3 Research Paper No.7. Vienna: Unified Theory of Information Research Group.
Mitgliedschaften Inhalt einblenden
  • European Sociological Association (ESA)

  • German Sociological Association (DGS)

  • German Communication Association (DGPuK)

  • The Institute for a Global Sustainable Information Society (GSIS), https://gsis.at / Unified Theory of Information Research Group (UTI), www.uti.at

  • The ICTs and Society Research Network, http://www.icts-and-society.net

  • Network Critical Communication Studies, https://kritischekommunikationswissenschaft.wordpress.com

  • Network Media Structures, https://medienstrukturen.net

  • Institut für Protest- und Medienforschung (ipb), Berlin, https://protestinstitut.eu/

  • Zentrum für Emanzipatorische Technikforschung (ZET), https://emancipatory.technology/
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