The App Ecosystem and its Invasive Species: Exploring the political economy of infrastructures for mobile datafication

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The App Ecosystem and its Invasive Species : Exploring the political economy of infrastructures for mobile datafication. / Flensburg, Sofie; Lai, Signe Sophus.

2021. Paper præsenteret ved Nordmedia Conference 2021, Reykjavik, Island.

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Flensburg, S & Lai, SS 2021, 'The App Ecosystem and its Invasive Species: Exploring the political economy of infrastructures for mobile datafication', Paper fremlagt ved Nordmedia Conference 2021, Reykjavik, Island, 18/08/2021 - 20/08/2021.

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Flensburg, S., & Lai, S. S. (2021). The App Ecosystem and its Invasive Species: Exploring the political economy of infrastructures for mobile datafication. Paper præsenteret ved Nordmedia Conference 2021, Reykjavik, Island.

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Flensburg S, Lai SS. The App Ecosystem and its Invasive Species: Exploring the political economy of infrastructures for mobile datafication. 2021. Paper præsenteret ved Nordmedia Conference 2021, Reykjavik, Island.

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Flensburg, Sofie ; Lai, Signe Sophus. / The App Ecosystem and its Invasive Species : Exploring the political economy of infrastructures for mobile datafication. Paper præsenteret ved Nordmedia Conference 2021, Reykjavik, Island.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Mobile markets are frequently described as ecosystems (Binns et al., 2018; Lai & Flensburg, 2020; Vallina-Rodriguez et al., 2016) where powerful companies generate value from continuously mining and distributing data. In this paper, we advance the ecological metaphor (Innis, 1949; Scolari, 2012) through both theoretical conceptualisations and empirical explorations of the contemporary app ecosystem. We thereby contribute to the emergent field of app studies (Dieter et al., 2019; Gerlitz et al., 2019) by critically scrutinising the political economy (Mosco, 2009) of mobile communication (Lai & Flensburg, 2021).",
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