Research Values

A Peer-Reviewed Journal About Research Values interrogates value and values in ways that respond to techno-cultural shifts and embrace the range of economies that pervade digital culture. These include facing value and modes of subjectivation involved in both the sharing economy as well as in the use of biometrics; knowing values and the different ways of storing and regulating knowledge; activating values and the ways artists and activists may potentially address the conflation ofvalues and value in terms of cultural politics; and finally changing values to explore how processes of valuing and valorization seem to bend and evade fundamental relations to the world.

Published: 2018-07-06

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