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“You Never Really Know Who’s Looking”: Imagined Surveillance across Social Media Platforms
BE Duffy, NK Chan
New Media & Society 21 (1), 119-138, 2019
2682019
Predicting Social Capital on Facebook: The Implications of Use Intensity, Perceived Content Desirability, and Facebook-enabled Communication Practices
CC Su, NK Chan
Computers in Human Behavior 72, 259-268, 2017
1272017
The Rating Game: The Discipline of Uber’s User-Generated Ratings
NK Chan
Surveillance & Society 17 (1/2), 183-190, 2019
892019
“Becoming an Expert in Driving for Uber”: Uber Driver/Bloggers’ Performance of Expertise and Self-Presentation on YouTube
NK Chan
New Media & Society 21 (9), 2048-2067, 2019
852019
Mediatization of Social Space and the Case of Uber Drivers
NK Chan, L Humphreys
Media and Communication 6 (2), 29-38, 2018
722018
Gamification and work games: Examining consent and resistance among Uber drivers
K Vasudevan, NK Chan
New Media & Society 24 (4), 866-886, 2022
302022
The politics of platform power in surveillance capitalism: A comparative case study of ride-hailing platforms in China and the United States
NK Chan, C Kwok
Global Media and China 7 (2), 131-150, 2022
242022
Legitimacy and Forced Democratisation in Social Movements: A Case Study of the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong
C Kwok, NK Chan
China Perspectives 2017 (3), 7-16, 2017
202017
Guerilla capitalism and the platform economy: Governing Uber in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong
NK Chan, C Kwok
Information, Communication & Society 24 (6), 780-796, 2021
152021
Algorithmic precarity and metric power: Managing the affective measures and customers in the gig economy
NK Chan
Big Data & Society 9 (2), 20539517221133779, 2022
122022
The Making of Contentious Political Space: The Transformation of Hong Kong’s Victoria Park
C Kwok, NK Chan
Space and Culture 25 (4), 615-632, 2022
102022
Place-Making and Communication Practice: Everyday Precarity in a Night Market in Hong Kong
NK Chan
Space and Culture 21 (4), 439-454, 2018
92018
Community Internet of Things as Mobile Infrastructure: Methodological Challenges and Opportunities
CP Butkowski, NK Chan, L Humphreys
Media and Communication 10 (3), 303-314, 2022
52022
Towards a political theory of data justice: A public good perspective
C Kwok, NK Chan
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 19 (3), 374-390, 2021
52021
Légitimité et démocratisation forcée dans les mouvements sociaux. Une étude de cas du mouvement des parapluies à Hong Kong
C Kwok, NK Chan
Perspectives chinoises 2017 (2017/3), 7-17, 2017
42017
Shifting platform values in community guidelines: Examining the evolution of TikTok’s governance frameworks
NK Chan, CC Su, A Shore
New Media & Society, 14614448231189476, 2023
22023
State-led embeddedness: Analyzing the discursive construction of platforms and social good in Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, and Shenzhen
NK Chan, C Kwok
Global Media and China, 20594364241226845, 2024
12024
Datafication and implicated networks of demobilization: Social movement demobilization in datafied societies
C Kwok, NK Chan
Social Movement Studies 23 (3), 373-390, 2024
12024
Communication about sensors and communication through sensors: localizing the Internet of Things in rural communities
C Butkowski, NK Chan, T Berniker, A Rodriguez, K Schlather, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 28 (5), zmad005, 2023
12023
Anticipatory Futures: Framing the Socio-technical Visions of Online Ratings and Reviews in Wired
NK Chan
Communication, Culture & Critique 14 (2), 274-292, 2021
12021
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