Jo Bates
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This is what modern deregulation looks like”: co-optation and contestation in the shaping of the UK’s Open Government Data Initiative
J Bates
The Journal of Community Informatics 8 (2), 1-20, 2012
The strategic importance of information policy for the contemporary neoliberal state: The case of Open Government Data in the United Kingdom
J Bates
Government Information Quarterly 31 (3), 388-395, 2014
Social reproduction and exclusion in subject indexing
J Bates, J Rowley
Journal of Documentation, 2011
Data journeys: Capturing the socio-material constitution of data objects and flows
J Bates, YW Lin, P Goodale
Big Data & Society 3 (2), 2053951716654502, 2016
The domestication of open government data advocacy in the United Kingdom: A neo‐Gramscian analysis
J Bates
Policy & Internet 5 (1), 118-137, 2013
Competent men and warm women: Gender stereotypes and backlash in image search results
J Otterbacher, J Bates, P Clough
Proceedings of the 2017 chi conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2017
The politics of data friction
J Bates
Journal of Documentation, 2018
Data power in material contexts: Introduction
H Kennedy, J Bates
Television & New Media 18 (8), 701-705, 2017
Resisting neoliberalism: the challenge of activist librarianship in English Higher Education
K Quinn, J Bates
Journal of Documentation, 2017
Information policy in the crises of neoliberalism: The case of open government data in the UK
J Bates
Proceedings of the IAMCR 2013 Conference, 2013
Developments in LGBTQ provision in secondary school library services since the abolition of Section 28
J Walker, J Bates
Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 48 (3), 269-283, 2016
All That Glitters is Gold--An Attack Scheme on Gold Questions in Crowdsourcing
A Checco, J Bates, G Demartini
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing, 2018
Co-observing the weather, co-predicting the climate: human factors in building infrastructures for crowdsourced data
YW Lin, J Bates, P Goodale
Science and Technology Studies 29 (3), 10-27, 2016
Data Journeys as an approach for exploring the socio-cultural shaping of (big) data: the case of climate science in the United Kingdom. iConference 2015 Proceedings
J Bates, P Goodale, YW Lin
URL (Retrieved on 1 Feb 2016): http://hdl. handle. net/2142/73429, 2015
Community participation in the management of palm leaf manuscripts as Lanna cultural material in Thailand
P Jarusawat, A Cox, J Bates
Journal of Documentation, 2018
‘Someone like me’: User experiences of the discussion forums of non-12-step alcohol online support groups, June 2019
S Sanger, PA Bath, J Bates
Addictive behaviors 98, 106028, 2019
Making data flow for the climate risk market
J Bates, P Goodale
Television & New Media 18 (8), 753-768, 2017
Data cultures, power and the city
J Bates
Routledge, 2017
Adversarial Attacks on Crowdsourcing Quality Control
A Checco, J Bates, G Demartini
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 67, 375-408, 2020
Identifying the Affective Dimension of Data Mining Practice: An Exploratory Study
J Bates, J Elmore
International Conference on Information, 243-252, 2018
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