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This is an annotated bibliography of sources pertaining to the he emergence of digital media fundamentally transforming the exercise of power

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Academia Economy Politics Kardashian family Kim Kardashian Keeping Up with the Kardashians Capital: Critique of Political Economy Social media Karl Marx Digital labor Capitalism
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Academia Economy Politics Kardashian family Kim Kardashian Keeping Up with the Kardashians Capital: Critique of Political Economy Social media Karl Marx Digital labor Capitalism
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56, no. 4, pp. 399-420. This article analyses how capitalism has adapted to the revolution of social media or web 2.0. By reviewing how Marx applies to the principles of alienation and exploitation Rey evaluates the structural dimensions of user generated content; likening it to the philosophies of Marx’s time. This appraisal of past and present contexts within the social sphere prove invaluable to my research, forming a strong foundation and bases for the entirety of my essay. Although this appraisal of modern media directly concerns my topic, the evolution of media as we know it has moved far forward from the release of this journal. The basic topics of Rey’s work are relevant, yet will be pertained to modernised topics of 2016 in my work. Further research should be taken into this topic and its progression over the last 4 years to ...
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