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Dr. Yu-Wei Lin
Lecturer in Future Media
MediaMusic&Perf

Qualifications:
PhD in Sociology, PgCert in Higher Education, BA in Economics

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  1. Open source and consumption
  2. Privacy and publicity according to facebook
  3. Projecting the voice: Audience responses to ICT-mediated contemporary opera
  4. Droid Championship
  5. Digital Narrative Technologies Presentation Group 1
  6. Is hacking illegal?
  7. The emergence of the techno-elite audience and free/open source content: A case study on BBC Backstage
  8. Distributed ontology building as practical work
  9. The Emergence of the techno elite audience and free/open source content: A case study on BBC backstage
  10. Developing the UK e-social science research program
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1Transdisciplinarity and digital humanities: Lessons learned from developing text-mining tools for textual analysis 649
2A techno-feminist view on the Open Source Software development 530
3Katherine Hayles' Third Way Towards Posthumanity - A Review of N. Katherine Hayles (2005) My Mother was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts527
4A qualitative enquiry into OpenStreetMap making520
5Women in the Free/Libre Open Source Software development 443
6Developing the UK e-social science research program 319
7Hacker culture and the FLOSS innovation312
8The emergence of the techno-elite audience and free/open source content: A case study on BBC Backstage283
9The Emergence of the techno elite audience and free/open source content: A case study on BBC backstage 253
10Is hacking illegal?239