Graduated (B.Comms. Honours) from ECU in Interactive Multimedia/Computer Science. Currently employed as sessional lecturer (ECU), while in final stages of Ph.D research thesis.


Publications:
Time-managing the New Cyberproletariat in the Virtual Workshop: Dispersed Development of IT/multimedia Products and Services

). The purpose of this paper is to determine what critical factors impact on the design and implementation of time-management strategies specifically suited to online workers and developers of IT/multimedia products and services. Because of the entirely new physical/geographical flexibility available to online workers, the workplace itself has transcended its physical location, enabling cyberworkers to collaborate online in the development of multimedia products from separate, remote or dispersed locations.

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Cyber-proletariat and Cyber-bourgeoisie: A Foucauldian Investigation of the Cyber-workplace

Social, political and economic issues relating to online production/displaced IT development. Concepts of the cyber-sweatshop and cyber-lumpen-proletariat are explored in relation to offshore-outsourcing of low-level computing (BPO, Business Process Outsourcing).

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