M3P:Reading Room

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The M3P Reading Room is an open working list of books, articles and other resources that core researchers involved in the project recommend to each other from time to time.

Please feel free to add your recommendations by including full citations and any relevant web links to resources, table of contents or abstracts.

All titles are listed by author's last name.

Ashton, Daniel. "Awarding the self in Wikipedia: Identity work and the disclosure of knowledge" First Monday [Online], Volume 16 Number 1 (18 December 2010) [1]

Bergson, Henri. Matter and Memory London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1911. (Matière et mémoire, 1896) [2]

Besser, Howard. 1998. "The Shape of the 21st Century Library" from Milton Wolf et. al. (eds.), Information Imagineering: Meeting at the Interface, Chicago: American Library Association, pages 133-146. [3]

Dawson, Ross and Bynghall, Steve. 2011. Getting Results From Crowds, Advanced Human Technologies Inc. [4]

Draaisma, Douwe. 2000. Metaphors of Memory: A History of Ideas About the Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (BF 371 D7)

Garde-Hansen, Joanne. 2011. Media and Memory. Edinburgh University Press. [5]

Ghapanchi, Amir Hossein, Aurum, Aybuke, AND Low, Graham. "A taxonomy for measuring the success of open source software projects" First Monday [Online], Volume 16 Number 8 (28 July 2011) [6]

Harris, Rachel. 2004. Singing the Village: Music, Memory and Ritual Among the Sibe of Xinjiang. OUP/British Academy. [7]

Jensen, K. B., & Helles, R. (2011). 'The Internet as a Cultural Forum: Implications for Research'. New Media & Society, 13(4), 517-533. [8]

Koltay, Tibor. "New media and literacies: Amateurs vs. professionals" First Monday [Online], Volume 16 Number 1 (20 December 2010) [9]

Lanier, J., 2011. You Are Not A Gadget: A Manifesto, Penguin. [10]

Liquid Author. "Future books: a Wikipedia model?" in Introduction to the Liquid Reader, Liquid Book - Open Humanities Press. [11]

Lovink, Geert, and Tkacz, Nathaniel (eds), Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2011. ISBN: 978-90-78146-13-1, paperback, 385 pages. [12]

Luke, Timothy W. and Hunsinger, Jeremy (eds), Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play: The Center for Digital Discourse and Culture, Blacksburg, VA: CDDC, 2009. ISBN: 978-1-933217-00-0, e-book, 289 pages. [13]

Matei, Sorin Adam and Britt, Brian C. (eds), 2011. Virtual Sociability: From Community to Communitas, Selected papers from the Purdue Online Interaction Theory Seminar. Volume 1, version 0.1. Ubimark and Ideagora: Smashwords. [14]

Mitchell, Jon P. Ambivalent Europeans: Ritual, Memory and the Public Sphere in Malta London: Routledge 2002. ISBN: 978-0415271530, paperback, 275 pages. [15]

Neiger, Motti, Oren Meyers and Eyal Zandberg (eds), 2011. On Media Memory: Collective Memory in a New Media Age. Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [16]

Park, Taemin. "The visibility of Wikipedia in scholarly publications" First Monday [Online], Volume 16 Number 8 (24 July 2011) [17]

Pentzold, Christian. 'Imagining the Wikipedia community: what do Wikipedia authors mean when they write about their "community"' New Media & Society XX(X) 1–18 (2010) [18]

Prieto Blanco, Patricia. "Family Photography as a phatic construction" Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, Vol. 3, No. 2 (2010) [19]

Reagle, Joseph M. Jr., 2010. Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia, The MIT Press. [20], [21]

Reilly, Colleen. "Teaching Wikipedia as a mirrored technology" First Monday [Online], Volume 16 Number 1 (18 December 2010) [22]

Sacks, Danielle. "The Sharing Economy" Fast Company [Online] (18 April 2011) [23]

Sant, Toni. (2009), ‘Addressing the need for a collaborative multimedia database of Maltese music,’ Journal of Music, Technology and Education 2: 2+3, pp. 89–96 [24]

Sant, Toni. (2011), ‘Initial Work on the Malta Music Memory Project - and its connections with Oral History,’ Journal of Maltese History 2: 2, pp. 42–50 [25]

Schumann, Sandy, and Luong, Francois. "Tool for or source of action? A social psychological perspective on the influence of virtual worlds on reality" First Monday [Online], Volume 16 Number 6 (3 June 2011) [26]

Sennett, Richard. (2012). Together: The Rituals, Pleasures, and Politics of Cooperation. Yale University Press.

Siemens, George. (2005) 'Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age,' International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning 2: 1 [27]

Sparrow, Betsy, Jenny Liu, & Daniel M. Wegner. Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips, Science 14 July 2011 [28]

Tufts, Darren, and McKeich, Murray. Memory Trade: a prehistory of cyberculture, Craftsman House, 1998. (003.5 TOF)

Yasseri T, Sumi R, Rung A, Kornai A, Kertész J (2012) Dynamics of Conflicts in Wikipedia. PLoS ONE 7(6). [29]

Zalis, Elayne. VirtualDayz: Remediated Visions & Digital Memories, blook, 2008. [30]

Zamon, Christina J. (2012) The Lone Arranger: Succeeding in a Small Repository, Society of American Archivists. [31]