Cyber-Proletariat: Global Labour in the Digital Vortex (Digital Barricades: Interventions in Digital Culture and Politics)

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Nick Dyer-Witheford’s Cyber-Proletariat tracks the eddies and flows of the perfect storm that is contemporary capitalism. This panoramic work reveals the relentless force of material destruction and brutal violence concealed by the sleek surfaces of digital culture. Not without hope, Dyer-Witheford offers a clear-eyed reflection on the conditions facing the global proletariat in its struggle to win a better world. (Benjamin Noys, Professor of Critical Theory, University of Chichester, and author of Malign Velocities)

In Cyber-Proletariat, Dyer-Witheford teases out the tensions between new communisation and autonomist Marxist theories to portray the struggles of workers along the entire global capitalist commodity chain. An epic story, it is two parts the unending battle against capitalist cyber-vampires, and one part the Wizard of Oz- like alliance of “all who care for one another and for the world. (Dorothy Kidd, Professor and Chair, Department of Media Studies, University of San Francisco)

Nick Dyer-Witheford follows up his now-classic Cyber-Marx with a synoptic view of the relationship between the poles of the contemporary global proletariat from the Turkish miners killed in a shaft collapse to the highly paid "hackers" in Silicon Valley. Cyber-proletariat is rich in empirical detail and has a wide theoretical horizon. You will find in these pages workers in Foxconn contemplating suicide cheek-by-jowl with the Gezi Park demonstrators protesting the enclosure of a public park to build a shopping mall. It is written with Dyer-Witherford's well-known eloquence and passion. Cyber-proletarians should thank him for writing it and get it. (George Caffentzis, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern Maine)

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Cyber-Proletariat tracks the eddies and flows of the perfect storm that is contemporary capitalism. This panoramic work reveals the relentless force of material destruction and brutal violence concealed by the sleek surfaces of digital culture. (Benjamin Noys, Professor of Critical Theory, University of Chichester, and author of Malign Velocities)

Cyber-Proletariat teases out the tensions between new communisation and autonomist Marxist theories to portray the struggles of workers along the entire global capitalist commodity chain. An epic story, it is two parts the unending battle against capitalist cyber-vampires, and one part the Wizard of Oz- like alliance of “all who care for one another and for the world. (Dorothy Kidd, Professor and Chair, Department of Media Studies, University of San Francisco)

Nick Dyer-Witheford follows up his now-classic Cyber-Marx with a synoptic view of the relationship between the poles of the contemporary global proletariat from the Turkish miners killed in a shaft collapse to the highly paid "hackers" in Silicon Valley. Cyber-proletariat is rich in empirical detail and has a wide theoretical horizon. You will find in these pages workers in Foxconn contemplating suicide cheek-by-jowl with the Gezi Park demonstrators protesting the enclosure of a public park to build a shopping mall. It is written with Dyer-Witherford's well-known eloquence and passion. Cyber-proletarians should thank him for writing it and get it. (George Caffentzis, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern Maine)

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