Daniel Cockayne
Daniel Cockayne
Geography and Environmental Management, University of Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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Sharing and neoliberal discourse: the economic function of sharing in the digital on-demand economy
DG Cockayne
Geoforum 77, 73-82, 2016
1872016
Citation matters: mobilizing the politics of citation toward a practice of "conscientious engagement"
C Mott, DG Cockayne
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (7), 954-973, 2017
882017
Entrepreneurial affect: attachment to work practice in San Francisco's digital media sector
DG Cockayne
Environment and planning D: Society and Space 34 (3), 456-473, 2016
572016
Queering code/space: the co-production of socio-sexual codes and digital technologies
DG Cockayne, L Richardson
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (11), 1642-1658, 2017
332017
#HotForBots: sex, the non-human, and digitally mediated spaces of intimate encounter
DG Cockayne, A Leszczynski, M Zook
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (6), 1115-1133, 2017
212017
Affect and value in critical examinations of the production and "prosumption" of big data
DG Cockayne
Big Data & Society 3 (2), 1-11, 2016
212016
Between ontology and representation: locating Gilles Deleuze’s "difference-in-itself" in and for geographical thought
DG Cockayne, D Ruez, A Secor
Progress in Human Geography 41 (5), 580-599, 2017
202017
Conscientious disengagement and whiteness as a condition of dialogue
C Mott, D Cockayne
Dialogues in Human Geography 8 (2), 143-147, 2018
112018
Underperformative economies: discrimination and gendered ideas of workplace culture in San Francisco’s digital media sector
DG Cockayne
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (4), 756–772, 2018
112018
Thinking space differently: Deleuze's Möbius topology for a theorisation of the encounter
DG Cockayne, D Ruez, AJ Secor
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 45 (1), 194-207, 2020
102020
What is a startup firm? A methodological and epistemological investigation into research objects in economic geography
D Cockayne
Geoforum 107, 77-87, 2019
62019
On economic geography's "movers" to business and management schools: a response from outside "the project"
DG Cockayne, A Horton, K Kay, J Loomis, E Rosenman
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (7), 1510-1518, 2018
62018
A queer theory of software studies: software theories, queer studies
DG Cockayne, L Richardson
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (11), 1587-1594, 2017
62017
Whose geography? Which publics?
JW Crampton, J Bowen, DG Cockayne, B Cook, E Nost, L Shade, L Sharp, ...
Dialogues in Human Geography 3 (1), 73-76, 2013
62013
Digital feminism
D Cockayne, L Richardson
International Encyclopedia of Human Geography 3, 329-333, 2020
22020
The queer times of internet infrastructures and digital systems
DG Cockayne, L Richardson
The Geographies of Digital Sexuality, 11-27, 2019
22019
Learning to labor in high-technology: experiences of overwork in university internships at digital media firms in North America
D Cockayne
Social & Cultural Geography, 1-19, 2020
12020
What's queer about internet studies now?
JJ Gieseking, J Lingel, DG Cockayne
First Monday 23 (7), 2018
12018
A conversation: queer digital media resources and research
M Fischer, OL Haimson, C Rios, A Shaw, M Thakor, JJ Gieseking, ...
First Monday 23 (7), 2018
12018
The “entrepreneurial society” is lauded as the new normal, but means that an individual’s worth is now measured by their earning capacity
DG Cockayne
London School of Economics: American Politics and Policy Blog, 2016
12016
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