"Don't let them feed you with organic sorts": demystifying 'organic' ordering on social media with rhythmedia
Elinor Carmi (Royal Holloway, University of London.)
Paper short abstract:
This paper proposes a new theoretical approach to examine the way media companies (re)order people, objects and their relation in specific temporalities for economic purposes, called rhythmedia. Focusing on Facebook, I show how it enacts an artificial boundary between organic and paid ordering.
Paper long abstract:
- Confluence, collaboration and intersection