Publications

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2009. Ideology, Culture Industry, and Hegemony: Reflections on Core Concepts of Critical Communication Studies. Master thesis. University of Salzburg.  [in German]

Sandoval, Marisol, Sebastian Sevignani, Alexander Rehbogen, Thomas Allmer, Matthias Hager, and Verena Kreilinger (eds.). 2011. Bildung MACHT Gesellschaft. Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot. [Education, Power, and Society; in German]

Sevignani, Sebastian, Marisol Sandoval. 2011. Das Realismusproblem von Gesellschaftskritik in der Mediengesellschaft: Am Beispiel der Studierendenbewegung Unibrennt. In Bildung MACHT Gesellschaft, edited by Marisol  Sandoval, Sebastian Sevignani, Alexander Rehbogen, Thomas Allmer, Matthias Hager, and Verena Kreilinger (pp. 229-253). Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot. [The problem of realism for social criticism in media society: The example of the student movement Unibrennt; in German]

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2011. A Contribution to Foundations of a Critical Theory of Privacy: SNS3 Research Paper No.7. Vienna: Unified Theory of Information Research Group.

Sevignani, Sebastian, Verena Kreilinger, Thomas Allmer and Christian Fuchs. 2011. Analysis of Existing Empirical Research Methods for Studying (Online) Privacy and Surveillance: SNS3 Research Paper No.10. Vienna: Unified Theory of Information Research Group.

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2012. Privacy on social networking sites within a culture of exchange. In Media, knowledge, and education: Cultures and ethics of sharing, edited by Wolfgang Sützl, Felix Stalder, Ronald Maier, and Theo Hug, 89-104. Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press.

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2012. The problem of privacy in capitalism and the alternative social networking site Diaspora. tripleC 10 (2): 600-617. [special issue ed. by Vincent Mosco and Christian Fuchs]

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2012. Research Design & Data Analysis, Presentation, and Interpretation: Part Three: SNS3 Research Paper No.13. Vienna: Unified Theory of Information Research Group.

Sebastian, Sevignani. 2013. A Review of the Book ‘Digital Labor: The Internet as Playground and Factory’, Edited by Trebor Scholz. tripleC (11) 1: 127-135.

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2013.  Facebook Vs. Diaspora: A Critical Study. In Unlike Us Reader: Social Media Monopolies and Their Alternatives, edited by Geert Lovink and Miriam Rasch (pp. 323-337). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Culltures.

Sevignani, Sebastian and Christian Fuchs. 2013. What Is Digital Labour? What Is Digital Work? What’s Their Difference? And Why Do These Questions Matter for Understanding Social Media? tripleC 11(2): 237-293.

Sevignani, Sebastian and Christian Fuchs. 2013. Critical Perspectives on Digital Labour and Social Media. Forthcoming article.

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2013. The commodification of privacy on the Internet. Science and Public Policy 40(6): 733-739.

Sevignani, Sebastian. 2013. The commodification of privacy in informational capitalism. Dissertation: University of Salzburg. Under review.

Allmer, Thomas, Christian Fuchs, Verena Kreilinger, and Sebastian Sevignani. 2013. Social Networking Sites in the Surveillance Society: Critical Perspectives and Empirical Findings. In Media, Surveillance and Identity: A Social Perspective, edited by André Jansson and Miyase Christensen. New York: Peter Lang. Forthcoming chapter.

Sevignani, Sebastian and Verena Kreilinger. 2014. Online Privacy Paradox and Social Networks. In Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining (ESNAM), edited by Reda Alhajj and Jon Rokne. New York: Springer. Forthcoming article.

Sevignani, Sebastian, Marisol Sandoval, Thomas Allmer, Verena Kreilinger, Jernej Amon Prodnik, and Robert Prey. 2014. Critical Studies of Contemporary Informational Capitalism: The Perspective of Young Scholars. In Critique, Social Media, and the Information Society, edited by Christian Fuchs and Marisol Sandoval (pp. 76-90). London: Routledge.

Sevignani, Sebastian, Christian Fuchs, Marisol Sandoval, Jernej Amon Prodnik, Thomas Allmer. Eds. 2014. Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorizing Digital Labour and Virtual Work: Definitions, Forms, and Transformation. Special issue of tripleC: Communication, Capitalism, and Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society. Forthcoming issue.