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Tai Neilson is a lecturer in Media at Macquarie University. He is the author of Journalism and Digital Labor: Experiences of Online News Production and co-edited Research Methods for the Digital Humanities.

Dr Neilson’s areas of expertise include journalism, the political economy of digital media, and critical cultural theory. His current research investigates journalists’ work practices, professional ideologies, and the power relations that impact their work. This includes critical approaches to the digital platforms, data collection, and new modes of capital accumulation that are shaping media work. He is interested in pressing questions about our online lives, work, and our environment.

Dr Neilson has published work on journalism and digital media in JournalismTriple-C, Fast Capitalism, and Global Media Journal. He also publishes and presents research in metal music studies including chapters in Gerd Bayer’s Heavy metal at the Movies and Scott Wilson’s Music at the Extremes: Sounds outside the Mainstream. Dr Neilson teaches classes on media, technology, and news production. He earned his PhD in cultural studies from George Mason University in Virginia and has an MA in sociology from the New School for Social Research in New York, and a BA (honours) in sociology and media studies from Victoria University of Wellington.

Dr Neilson is interested in supervising higher degree research in the areas of journalism, digital media, the environment, political economy, and critical theory.

 

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