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David Hill reflects on Jodi Dean’s work and communicative capitalism

On his Schizomedia blog David Hill, who is just in the process of moving to media and communications at Liverpool University, has offered some reflections on Jodi Dean’s recent work and how it relates to his own work developing the … Continue reading

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Precariousness and public sociology

David Hill has a great post on his Schizomedia blog concerning ‘Precariousness and Public Sociology‘. David uses the recent social media reaction to the Great British class survey to think about sociology. In particular he looks at the use of … Continue reading

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David Hill on joining Twitter

On his schizomedia blog David Hill offers some reflections on joining Twitter…which follows up on his earlier article on leaving Facebook.

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The Schizo-pathology of celebrity

Using the celebrity/actor Danny Dyer as a case study alongside some academic work by Kerry Ferris, my colleague David Hill offers some thoughts on the schizo-pathology of celebrity.

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Football management games

David Hill has posted some interesting reflections on football management games (and specifically the new version of championship manager which is now called football manager) on his Schizomedia blog. David points toward the amount of labour that is required to … Continue reading

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New Schizomedia blog

David Hill, who is a colleague of mine at York, has just recently set up a blog called Schizomedia. David has previously worked on the ethics of new media forms. His work crosses between sociology and philosophy. He has been … Continue reading

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