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Technology’s Effect on Conversation: Sociotechnical Systems and Digital Identity

PART OF CURRENT BIBLIOGRAPHY (CURRICULUM SELF-DESIGNED AND SOURCED) Magazines (especially from my collection of out-of-print technology publications) and other journal articles will be added to this list in the coming weeks. 


  1. *Balkin, Jack M. and Zittrain, Jonathan. 2016. “A Grand Bargain to Make Tech Companies Trustworthy.” The Atlantic (
  2. Bassett, Caroline. 2021. Anti-Computing: Dissent and the Machine. Manchester University
  3. *Baudrillard, Jean. 2012. The Ecstasy of Communication. Los Angeles, CA: Semiotext(e). Originally published 1987.
  4. **Baudrillard, Jean. 2011. Passwords. Verso Books. Originally published 2000.
  5. **Baudrillard, Jean and Robin N. 2022. Simulacra & Simulation. Fourth Edition - NYABF Exclusive ed. Crisis Editions. Originally published 1981.
  6. **Baudrillard, Jean. 2020. The System of Objects. Verso Books. Originally published 1968.
  7. Begg, Caitlin. 2016. “Virtual Impressions: The Effect of Digital Communication on Millennial
    Social Interaction.” Department of Sociology, Harvard University.
  8. *Bennett, Jessica. 2014. “Bubbles Carry a Lot of Weight.” The New York Times (
  9. **Berardi, Franco. 2018. Breathing - Chaos and Poetry. MIT Press.
  10. **Carpenter, Tim. 2022. To Photograph Is to Learn How to Die. The Ice Plant.
  11. Carr, Nicholas. 2010. The Shallows: How the Internet Is Changing the Way We Think, Read and Remember. London: Atlantic.
  12. Coulon, Alain. 1995. Ethnomethodology. Thousands Oaks: Sage Publications.
  13. **Debord, Guy. 1983. Society of the Spectacle. Detroit, MI: Black & Red. Originally published 1967.
  14. **Debord, Guy. 2011. Comments on the Society of the Spectacle. Verso Books. Originally published 1988.
  15. Debord, Guy. 1988. Commentaires sur la Société du Spectacle. Éditions Gérard Lebovici. 1988.
  16. Debord, Guy. 1962. “Perspectives for Conscious Changes in Everyday Life” Internationale
    Situationniste #6. (
  17. Durkheim, Emile. 1952. Suicide. Routledge & Kegan Paul. Originally published 1897. 
  18. Ellul, Jacques. 2021. The Technological Society. Vintage.
  19. Fernback, J. (2007). Beyond the diluted community concept: a symbolic interactionist
    perspective on online social relations. New Media & Society, 9(1), 49–69.
  20. Fine, Debra. 2005. The Fine Art of Small Talk. Hachette Books.
  21. Foucault, Michel. 1977. Discipline & Punish - The Birth of the Prison. Vintage Books. Originally published 1975.
  22. *Frankfurt, Harry G. 2005. On Bullshit. Princeton University Press.
  23. Freitas, Donna. 2013. The End of Sex: How Hookup Culture is Leaving a Generation Unhappy, Sexually, Unfulfilled, and Confused about Intimacy. New York: Perseus Group.
  24. Gallagher, Bernard J. 2002. The Sociology of Mental Illness. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
  25. Gonos, George. “‘Situation’ versus ‘Frame’: The ‘Interactionist’ and the ‘Structuralist’ Analyses
    of Everyday Life.” American Sociological Review 42, no. 6 (1977): 854–67.
  26. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2017. The Agony of Eros. MIT Press.
  27. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2015. The Burnout Society. Stanford Briefs.
  28. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2020. The Disappearance of Rituals. Polity Books.
  29. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2017. In the Swarm. MIT Press.
  30. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2021. Infocracy - Digitalization and the Crisis of Democracy. Polity Books.
  31. *Han, Byung-Chul. 2021. The Palliative Society. Polity Books. Originally published 2020.
  32. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2017. Psychopolitics. Verso Books.
  33. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2017. Saving Beauty. John Wiley & Sons.
  34. **Han, Byung-Chul. 2015. The Transparency Society. Stanford Briefs.
  35. Heidegger, Martin. 1993. Basic Writings: Revised and Expanded Edition. HarperSanFrancisco. 
  36. *Hemmens, Alastair and Gabriel Zacarias. 2020. The Situationist International. Pluto Press (UK).
  37. Heritage, John. 2008. Garfinkel and Ethnomethodology. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  38. **Hernandez Motaghy, Mark Anthony. 2022. Rehearsing Solidarity - Learning from Mutual Aid. Thick Press.
  39. **Jurgenson, Nathan. 2019. The Social Photo. Verso Books.
  40. Klosterman, Chuck. 2022. The Nineties: A Book. New York: Penguin Press.
  41. **Koren, Leonard. 2008. Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers. Imperfect Publishing.
  42. *Lefèbvre Henri. 2014. Critique of Everyday Life the One-Volume Edition. London: Verso. First published 1961-1981.
  43. *Lorusso, Silvio. 2019. Entreprecariat - Everyone is an Entrepreneur. Nobody is Safe. ONOMATOPEE (Eindhoven, NL).
  44. *Morris, James. 1986. Art of Conversation. Simon and Schuster.
  45. **McLuhan, Marshall. 1967. The Medium Is the Massage. Bantam Books.
  46. Papanek, Victor. 2022. The Green Imperative: Ecology and Ethics in Design and Architecture. Thames & Hudson. Originally published 1995.
  47. Sylvan, Elisabeth. 2008. “The Sharing of Wonderful Ideas: Influence and Interaction in Online
    Communities of Creators.” Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Thesis (Ph. D.)—
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Planning, Program in
    Media Arts and Sciences, February 2008. (
  48. **Tarnoff, Ben. 2022. Internet for the People. Verso Books
  49. *Tiqqun. 2020. The Cybernetic Hypothesis. MIT Press.
  50. Tolmie, Peter and Mark Rouncefield. 2016. Ethnomethodology at Play. Routledge.
  51. Tolmie, Peter and Mark Rouncefield. 2016. Ethnomethodology at Work. Routledge.
  52. Turner, Jonathan H. “Toward a Sociological Theory of Motivation.” American Sociological
    Review 52, no. 1 (1987): 15–27.
  53. *Turkle, Sherry. 2017. Alone Together. Basic Books.
  54. *Turkle, Sherry. 2011. The Inner History of Devices. The MIT Press.
  55. *Turkle, Sherry. 1997. Life on the Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet. Simon & Schuster.
  56. **Turkle, Sherry. 2015. Reclaiming Conversation. Penguin.
  57. *Turkle, Sherry. 2005. The Second Self: Computers and the Human Spirit. The MIT Press. Originally published in 1984.
  58. *Turkle, Sherry. 2009. Simulation and Its Discontents. The MIT Press.
  59. *Vaneigem, Raoul and Donald Nicholson-Smith. 1983. The Revolution of Everyday Life. Rebel Press. Originally published in 1967.
  60. Vaneigem, Raoul. 1967. Traité de savoir-vivre à l’usage des jeunes générations. Gallimard.
  61. Vanhoe, Reinaart. 2016. Also-Space, From Hot to Something Else: How Indonesian Art Initiatives Have Reinvented Networking. ONOMATOPEE (Eindhoven, NL).
  62. *Walsh, Joanna. 2022. Girl Online. Verso Books.
  63. Wiener, Norbert. 1988. The Human Use Of Human Beings - Cybernetics and Society. Da Capo Press.
  64. *Yanagi, Soetsu. 2019. The Beauty of Everyday Things. Penguin UK.
  65. Yu-cheng, L. Making the world observable and accountable: An ethnomethodological inquiry into the distinction between illustration and exhaustion. Humanit Soc Sci Commun 9, 296 (2022).
  66. *Zittrain, Jonathan. 2008. The Future of the Internet--And How to Stop It. Yale University Press.
  67. *Zittrain, Jonathan. 2022. “How to Fix Twitter and Facebook.” The Atlantic.  (
  68. *Zittrain, Jonathan. 2021. “The Internet Is Rotting.” The Atlantic. (


  1. Panorama. February 1980; first issue. “Help I’m a Prisoner of my Video Recorder”.
  2. Creative Computing. August 1980; volume 6, number 8. “Join the Apple Infantry”.
  3. Personal Computing. September 1980. “Cover art”.
  4. Byte. October 1980; volume 5, number 10. “Cover art”.
  5. Byte. November 1980; volume 5, number 11. “The brains of men and machines”.
  6. Byte. November 1980; volume 5, number 11. “In control”.
  7. Byte. November 1980; volume 5, number 11. “Permanent relief”.
  8. OMNI. November 1988. “Brains for sale!”
  9. Newsweek. August 8, 1994. “The birth of the internet”.
  10. Yahoo! Internet Life. February 1999. “Cover art: Love (and Sex) Online)”. 
  11. Time. February 17, 2014. “The first time I swiped”.
  12. Time. January 28, 2019. “How to fix social media before it’s too late”.