Ms Nida Mollison1 1University Of Melbourne   The emergent temporalities and spatialities of digital work are giving rise to new forms of embodiment and new encounters in urban space. This paper explores how changing economies and platforms are transforming the...
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A/Prof. Robyn Mayes1, Dr Penny  Williams1, Prof Paula McDonald1 1Queensland University Of Technology   As part of a broader program of Australia Research Council funded research interrogating the geographies and conditions of work and working in the platform economy, this...
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Dr Jathan Sadowski1, Dr Karen Gregory2 1The University Of Sydney, Darlington, Australia, 2The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland   By mediating everyday activities, social interactions, and economic transactions, digital platforms play an increasingly dominant role in both contemporary capitalism and...
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Mr Justin Stern1 1Harvard University, Cambridge, United States   Today, cities are no longer constrained by local time zones. For millions of people in the Philippines, the work day now happens at night, due to changing patterns of labour caused...
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Dr Shaphan Cox1 1Curtin University, Bentley, Australia   Accessing and sharing data through smart devices, whenever and wherever, is a key feature of our mobile and digital lives. This connectivity is redefining how place and space is produced. What is...
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