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=Contents=
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Preface                                                                                                                                            ixNotes on
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==Part I Introduction==
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* The Duality of Peer Production: Infrastructure for the Digital Commons,  Free Labor for Free‐Riding Firms Mathieu O’Neil, Sophie Toupin, and Christian Pentzold
  
  
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==Part II Concepts: Explaining Peer Production==
  
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* Grammar of Peer Production Vasilis Kostakis and Michel Bauwens
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* Political Economy of Peer Production Benjamin J. Birkinbine
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* Social Norms and Rules in Peer Production Christian Pentzold
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* Cultures of Peer Production Michael Stevenson
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* Commons‐Based Peer Production and Virtue (reprint) Yochai Benkler and Helen Nissenbaum
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==Part III Conditions: Enabling Peer Production==
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* Prophets and Advocates of Peer Production George Dafermos
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* Virtue, Efficiency, and the Sharing Economy Margie Borschke
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* Open Licensing Peer Production Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay
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* User Motivations in Peer Production Sebastian Spaeth and Sven Niederhöfer
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* Governing for Growth in Scope: Cultivating a Comparative  Understanding of How Peer Production Collectives Evolve Rebecca Karp,  Amisha Miller, and Siobhán O’Mahony
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==Part IV Cases: Realizing Peer Production==
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* Free and Open Source Software 155Stéphane Couture
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* Wikipedia and Wikis    Jutta Haider and Olof Sundin
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* Participatory Cartography: Drones, Countermapping, and Technological Power Adam Fish
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* P2P Learning Panayotis Antoniadis and Alekos Pantazis
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* Biohacking  Morgan Meyer 
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* Makers  Yana Boeva and Peter Troxler
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* Blockchain, or, Peer Production Without Guarantees Pablo Velasco González and Nathaniel Tkacz
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* Community Wireless Networks Gwen Shaffer 
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* Commoning the Urban Nicholas Anastasopoulos
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==Part V Conflicts: Peer Production and the World==
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* Peer Production and Social Change Mathieu O’Neil and Sébastien Broca
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* Peer Production and Collective Action Stefania Milan
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* Feminist Peer Production 311Sophie Toupin
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* Postcolonial Peer Production Maitrayee Deka
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* Gaps in Peer Design Francesca Musiani
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* Makerspaces and Peer Production: Spaces of Possibility, Tension,  Post‐Automation, or Liberation? Kat Braybrooke and Adrian Smith
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* Peer Production and State Theory: Envisioning a Cooperative Partner State Alex Pazaitis and Wolfgang Drechsler
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==Part VI Conversions: Advancing Peer Production==
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* Making a Case for Peer Production: Interviews with Peter Bloom, Mariam  Mecky, Ory Okolloh, Abraham Taherivand, and Stefano Zacchiroli
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* What’s Next? Peer Production Studies? Mathieu O’Neil, Sophie Toupin, and Christian Pentzold
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* Be Your Own Peer! Principles and Policies for the Commons Mathieu O’Neil, Sophie Toupin, and Christian Pentzold
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:51, 20 November 2020

HOLDING PAGE, INFO NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION OR DIFFUSION YET.

* Book: The Handbook of Peer Production. Edited by Mathieu O’Neil, Christian Pentzold, and Sophie Toupin. Wiley, PLANNED FOR PUBLICATION

Wiley Handbooks in Communication and Media Series ; IN PREPARATION, not published yet.


Contents

Preface ixNotes on

Part I Introduction

  • The Duality of Peer Production: Infrastructure for the Digital Commons, Free Labor for Free‐Riding Firms Mathieu O’Neil, Sophie Toupin, and Christian Pentzold


Part II Concepts: Explaining Peer Production

  • Grammar of Peer Production Vasilis Kostakis and Michel Bauwens
  • Political Economy of Peer Production Benjamin J. Birkinbine
  • Social Norms and Rules in Peer Production Christian Pentzold
  • Cultures of Peer Production Michael Stevenson
  • Commons‐Based Peer Production and Virtue (reprint) Yochai Benkler and Helen Nissenbaum


Part III Conditions: Enabling Peer Production

  • Prophets and Advocates of Peer Production George Dafermos
  • Virtue, Efficiency, and the Sharing Economy Margie Borschke
  • Open Licensing Peer Production Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay
  • User Motivations in Peer Production Sebastian Spaeth and Sven Niederhöfer
  • Governing for Growth in Scope: Cultivating a Comparative Understanding of How Peer Production Collectives Evolve Rebecca Karp, Amisha Miller, and Siobhán O’Mahony


Part IV Cases: Realizing Peer Production

  • Free and Open Source Software 155Stéphane Couture
  • Wikipedia and Wikis Jutta Haider and Olof Sundin
  • Participatory Cartography: Drones, Countermapping, and Technological Power Adam Fish
  • P2P Learning Panayotis Antoniadis and Alekos Pantazis
  • Biohacking Morgan Meyer
  • Makers Yana Boeva and Peter Troxler
  • Blockchain, or, Peer Production Without Guarantees Pablo Velasco González and Nathaniel Tkacz
  • Community Wireless Networks Gwen Shaffer
  • Commoning the Urban Nicholas Anastasopoulos


Part V Conflicts: Peer Production and the World

  • Peer Production and Social Change Mathieu O’Neil and Sébastien Broca
  • Peer Production and Collective Action Stefania Milan
  • Feminist Peer Production 311Sophie Toupin
  • Postcolonial Peer Production Maitrayee Deka
  • Gaps in Peer Design Francesca Musiani
  • Makerspaces and Peer Production: Spaces of Possibility, Tension, Post‐Automation, or Liberation? Kat Braybrooke and Adrian Smith
  • Peer Production and State Theory: Envisioning a Cooperative Partner State Alex Pazaitis and Wolfgang Drechsler


Part VI Conversions: Advancing Peer Production

  • Making a Case for Peer Production: Interviews with Peter Bloom, Mariam Mecky, Ory Okolloh, Abraham Taherivand, and Stefano Zacchiroli
  • What’s Next? Peer Production Studies? Mathieu O’Neil, Sophie Toupin, and Christian Pentzold
  • Be Your Own Peer! Principles and Policies for the Commons Mathieu O’Neil, Sophie Toupin, and Christian Pentzold