Difference Work: A Conversation with Lilly Irani

Lilly Irani, Monika Sengul-Jones


In this interview, Lilly Irani draws on her decade of ethnographic research into globally distributed micro-labor and her experiences with Turkopticon to sharply articulate for us what’s at stake in these processes—and how and why "virtual work" and "digital labor" matter conceptually for the politics of feminist science and technology studies. 


labor, feminist praxis, digital labor, Amazon's Mechanical Turk, Turkopticon, interview

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.28968/cftt.v1i1.58


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