Dr Mark Andrejevic

Honorary Res. Associate Professor

School of Communication and Arts
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Overview

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Colorado
  • Master of Arts, University of Michigan
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Massachusetts

Publications

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2015). Becoming drones: smartphone probes and distributed sensing. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Ed.), Locative media (pp. 193-207) New York, NY, United States: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark and Burdon, Mark (2015) Defining the Sensor Society. Television and New Media, 16 1: 19-36. doi:10.1177/1527476414541552

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2015). Reality Television. In Manuel Alvarado, Milly Buonanno, Herman Gray and Toby Miller (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Television Studies (pp. 297-314) Los Angeles, CA United States: SAGE Reference. doi:10.4135/9781473910423.n22

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Book Chapter

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2015). Becoming drones: smartphone probes and distributed sensing. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Ed.), Locative media (pp. 193-207) New York, NY, United States: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2015). Reality Television. In Manuel Alvarado, Milly Buonanno, Herman Gray and Toby Miller (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Television Studies (pp. 297-314) Los Angeles, CA United States: SAGE Reference. doi:10.4135/9781473910423.n22

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2015). Watching Television Without Pity: the productivity of online fans. In Gail Dines and Jean McMahon Humez (Ed.), Gender, Race, and Class in Media: A Critical Reader 4th ed. (pp. 78-86) Thousand Oaks, CA , United States: Sage.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2014). "Free lunch" in the digital era: organization is the new content. In Lee McGuigan and Vincent Manzerolle (Ed.), The audience commodity in a digital age: revisiting a critical theory of commercial media (pp. 193-206) New York, United States: Peter Lang.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2014). Alienation’s returns. In Christian Fuchs and Marisol Sandoval (Ed.), Critique, social media and the information society (pp. 179-190) New York, United States: Routledge.

  • Lee, Hye Jin and Andrejevic, Mark (2014). Second-screen theory: from the democratic surround to the digital enclosure. In Jennifer Holt and Kevin Sanson (Ed.), Connected viewing: selling, streaming and sharing media in the digital age (pp. 40-61) London, United Kingdom: Routldege. doi:10.4324/9780203067994

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2014). The infinite debt of surveillance in the digital economy. In André Jansson and Miyase Christensen (Ed.), Media, surveillance and identity: social perspectives (pp. 91-108) New York, United States: Peter Lang.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2014). When everyone has their own reality show. In Laurie Oullette (Ed.), A companion to reality TV (pp. 40-56) Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118599594.ch3

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2013). Alienation's returns. In Critique, social media and the information society (pp. 179-190) New York: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780203764077

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2013). Authoring user generated content. In Cynthia Chris and David A. Gerstner (Ed.), Media authorship (pp. 123-136) New York, United States: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2013). Estranged free labor. In Trebor Schulz (Ed.), Digital labor: the internet as playground and factory (pp. 149-164) New York, NY, United States: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780203145791

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2013). Media and mobility. In Angharad N Valdivia and John Nerone (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of media studies: media history and the foundations of media studies (pp. 521-535) Chicester, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing. doi:10.1002/9781444361506.wbiems025

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2013). Surveillance in the Big Data Era. In Kenneth D. Pimple (Ed.), Emerging Pervasive Information and Communication Technologies (PICT): Ethical Challenges, Opportunities and Safeguards (pp. 55-69) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-6833-8

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2013). The work of being watched: interactive media and the exploitation of self-disclosure. In Laurie Ouellette (Ed.), The media studies reader (pp. 492-505) New York , NY, USA: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2012). Exploitation in the data mine. In Christian Fuchs (Ed.), Internet and Surveillance: The Challenges of Web 2.0 and Social Media (pp. 71-88) London, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2012). Surveillance and democracy in the digital era. In Alan K. Goodboy and Kara Shultz (Ed.), Introduction to communication studies: translating scholarship into meaningful practice (pp. 253-259) Dubuque, IA, United States: Kendall Hunt.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2012). Ubiquitous surveillance. In Kirstie Ball, Kevin D. Hagerty and David Lyon (Ed.), Routledge handbook of surveillance studies (pp. 91-98) Abingdon,United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Volcic, Zala and Andrejevic, Mark (2011). Commercial nationalism on Balkan reality television. In Marwan M. Kraidy and Katherine Sender (Ed.), The politics of reality television: Global perspectives (pp. 113-126) Abingdon, Oxon, U.K.: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2011). Facebook als neue produktionsweise. In Oliver Leistert and Theo Rohle (Ed.), Generation Facebook: Uber das leben im social net (pp. 31-49) Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2011). Managing the borders: classed mobility on security-themed reality TV. In Helen Wood and Beverley Skeggs (Ed.), Reality television and class (pp. 60-72) London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2011). Real-izing exploitation. In Marwan Kraidy and Katherine Sender (Ed.), The politics of reality television: Global perspectives (pp. 18-30) Abingdon, Oxon, U.K.: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2011). Social network exploitation. In Zizi Papacharissi (Ed.), A networked self: identity, community and culture on social network sites (pp. 82-102) London, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2011). Watching back: Surveillance as activism. In Sue Curry Jansen, Jefferson Pooley and Lora Taub-Pervizpour (Ed.), Media and social justice (pp. 177-191) New York , United States: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Andrejevic, Mark R. (2010). Aesthetic experience in the digital era. In Stuart Allan (Ed.), Rethinking communication: Keywords in communication research (pp. 41-51) Cresskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2010). Reality TV is not democratic: It's Psychotic. In Lemi Baruh and Ji Hoon Park (Ed.), Reel Politics: Reality Television as a Platform for Political Discourse (pp. 58-73) Cambridge, England, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

  • Volcic, Zala and Andrejevic, Mark (2010). Slovene reality television: The commercial re-inscription of the national. In Amir Hetsroni (Ed.), Reality Television: Merging the Global and the Local (pp. 79-93) New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2009). Exploiting YouTube: Contradictions of user-generated labor. In Pelle Snickars and Patrick Vonderau (Ed.), The YouTube reader 2nd ed. (pp. 406-423) Stockholm: The National Library of Sweden.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2009). The twenty-first-century telescreen. In Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay (Ed.), Television studies after TV: Understanding television in the post-broadcast era (pp. 31-40) Abingdon Oxford: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2009). Visceral literacy: Reality TV, savvy viewers, and auto-spies. In Susan Murray and Laurie Ouellette (Ed.), Reality TV: Remaking television culture 2nd ed. (pp. 321-342) New York: New York University Press.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2007). Faking democracy: Reality television politics on American candidate. In Kristina Riegert (Ed.), Politicotainment: Television's take on the real (pp. 83-107) New York, NY, U.S.A.: Peter Lang.

  • Andrejevic, Mark (2006). Apprehensions of the future: Internet aesthetics and ideology. In Katharine Sarikakis and Daya K. Thussu (Ed.), Ideologies of the internet (pp. 19-34) London, United Kingdom: Hampton Press.

  • Andrejevic, M. and Colby. D. (2006). Racism and Reality TV: The Case of MTV's Road Rules. In David S. Escoffery (Ed.), How real is reality TV? : essays on representation and truth (pp. 195-211) Jefferson, N.C., USA: McFarland & Co..

  • Andrejevic, M. (2004). Art in cyberspace: The digital aesthetic. In David Gauntlett and Ross Horsley (Ed.), Web.Studies 2nd ed. ed. (pp. 127-136) London, U.K: Arnold.

  • Andrejevic, M (2004). Little Brother is Watching: The Webcam Subculture and the Digital Enclosure. In A. McCarthy and N. Couldry (Ed.), Mediaspace : place, scale, and culture in a media age (pp. 109-124) New York: Routledge.

  • Andrejevic, M. (2004). The rehabilitation of propaganda: Post-9/11 media coverage in the United States. In Gerard A. Hauser and Amy Grim (Ed.), Rhetorical democracy: Discursive practices of civic engagement. Selected papers from the 2002 conference of the Rhetoric Society of America (pp. 85-90) Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

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