Algorithmed Public Spheres

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Algorithm Bibliography

Ananny, M., & Crawford, K. (2015). A Liminal Press: Situating news app designers within a field of networked news production. Digital Journalism3(2), 192-208.

Aneesh, A. (2009). Global labor: Algocratic modes of organization. Sociological Theory27(4), 347-370.

Baker, P., & Potts, A. (2013). ‘Why do white people have thin lips?’ Google and the perpetuation of stereotypes via auto-complete search forms. Critical Discourse Studies10(2), 187-204.

Beunza, D., & Millo, Y. (2015). Blended automation: integrating algorithms on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Bucher, T. (2017). The algorithmic imaginary: exploring the ordinary affects of Facebook algorithms. Information, communication & society20(1), 30-44.

Bucher, T. (2016). ‘Machines don’t have instincts’: Articulating the computational in journalism. new media & society, 1461444815624182.

Carlson, M. (2015). The robotic reporter: Automated journalism and the redefinition of labor, compositional forms, and journalistic authority. Digital Journalism3(3), 416-431.

DeVito, M. A. (2016). From editors to algorithms: A values-based approach to understanding story selection in the Facebook news feed. Digital Journalism, 1-21.

Diakopoulos, N. (2015). Algorithmic accountability: Journalistic investigation of computational power structures. Digital Journalism3(3), 398-415.

Dietvorst, B. J., Simmons, J. P., & Massey, C. (2015). Algorithm aversion: People erroneously avoid algorithms after seeing them err. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General144(1), 114.

Dörr, K. N. (2016). Mapping the field of Algorithmic Journalism. Digital Journalism4(6), 700-722.

Eslami, M., Rickman, A., Vaccaro, K., Aleyasen, A., Vuong, A., Karahalios, K., … & Sandvig, C. (2015). I always assumed that I wasn’t really that close to [her]: Reasoning about Invisible Algorithms in News Feeds. In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 153-162). ACM.

Halfaker, A., Geiger, R. S., Morgan, J. T., & Riedl, J. (2013). The rise and decline of an open collaboration system: How Wikipedia’s reaction to popularity is causing its decline. American Behavioral Scientist57(5), 664-688.

Helmond, A. (2013). The algorithmization of the hyperlink. Computational Culture3(3).

Karppi, T., & Crawford, K. (2016). Social media, financial algorithms and the hack crash. Theory, Culture & Society33(1), 73-92.

Lustig, C., & Nardi, B. (2015, January). Algorithmic authority: The case of Bitcoin. In System Sciences (HICSS), 2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on (pp. 743-752). IEEE.

MacKenzie, D. (2014). A sociology of algorithms: High-frequency trading and the shaping of markets. Unpublished paper.

Mager, A. (2012). Algorithmic ideology: How capitalist society shapes search engines. Information, Communication & Society15(5), 769-787.

Van Couvering, E. (2007). Is relevance relevant? Market, science, and war: Discourses of search engine quality. Journal of ComputerMediated Communication12(3), 866-887.

Van Dalen, A. (2012). The algorithms behind the headlines: How machine-written news redefines the core skills of human journalists. Journalism Practice6(5-6), 648-658.

Weltevrede, E., Helmond, A., & Gerlitz, C. (2014). The politics of real-time: A device perspective on social media platforms and search engines. Theory, Culture & Society31(6), 125-150.