James Meese
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#Funeral and Instagram: death, social media, and platform vernacular
M Gibbs, J Meese, M Arnold, B Nansen, M Carter
Information, Communication & Society 18 (3), 255-268, 2015
2652015
Selfies| Selfies at Funerals: Mourning and Presencing on Social Media Platforms
J Meese, M Gibbs, M Carter, M Arnold, B Nansen, T Kohn
International Journal of Communication 9, 14, 2015
592015
Posthumous personhood and the affordances of digital media
J Meese, B Nansen, T Kohn, M Arnold, M Gibbs
Mortality 20 (4), 408-420, 2015
422015
Geoblocking and Video Culture
R Lobato, J Meese, A Rugg, B Burroughs
342016
‘Twin transformations’: The Salvation Army’s charity shops and the recreating of material and social value
A Podkalicka, J Meese
European Journal of Cultural Studies 15 (6), 721-735, 2012
162012
“It belongs to the Internet”: Animal images, attribution norms and the politics of amateur media production
J Meese
M/C Journal, 2014
142014
Regulation and social practice online
J Kennedy, J Meese, E van der Nagel
Continuum 30 (2), 146-157, 2016
112016
Remembering Zyzz: Distributed memories on distributed networks
B Nansen, M Arnold, M Gibbs, T Kohn, J Meese
Memory in a Mediated World, 261-280, 2016
112016
Kittens all the way down: cute in context
R Lobato, J Meese
M/C Journal, 2014
92014
Practices of media sport: everyday experience and audience innovation
J Meese, A Podkalicka
Media International Australia 155 (1), 89-98, 2015
82015
Authors, users, and pirates: Copyright law and subjectivity
J Meese
MIT Press, 2018
62018
The social life of the dead and the leisured life of the living online
T Kohn, M Arnold, M Gibbs, J Meese, B Nansen
Leisure and death, An anthropological tour of risk, death, and dying, 2018
62018
Mapping the Melbourne sharing economy
J Kennedy, B Nansen, J Meese, R Wilken, T Kohn, M Arnold
Networked Society Institute Research Paper, Melb 5, 2017
62017
The regulatory jewel of the South Pacific: Samoa’s decade of telecommunications reform
J Meese, I Chan Mow
Mobile Media & Communication 4 (3), 295-309, 2016
62016
Australia: circumvention goes mainstream
R Lobato, J Meese
Institute of Network Cultures, 2016
62016
Australia: circumvention goes mainstream
R Lobato, J Meese
Institute of Network Cultures, 2016
62016
User production and law reform: A socio-legal critique of user creativity
J Meese
Media, Culture & Society 37 (5), 753-767, 2015
62015
Networked subjects: exploring the author, user and pirate through a relationalist lens.
J Meese
Swinburne University of Technology, 2014
52014
Managing the consumption of death and digital media: The funeral director as market intermediary
L van Ryn, J Meese, M Arnold, B Nansen, M Gibbs, T Kohn
Death studies 43 (7), 446-455, 2019
42019
Entering the graveyard shift: disassembling the Australian TiVo
J Meese, R Wilken, B Nansen, M Arnold
Television & New Media 16 (2), 165-179, 2015
42015
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