Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Sep 1, , Emily Ferrigno and others published Breakcore: Identity and Interaction on Peer-to-Peer (Whelan) }. Peer-to-peer music exchange, sampling, and digital distribution have garnered much attention in recent years, notably in debates about authorship, intellectual. Get this from a library! Breakcore: Identity and Interaction on Peer-to-Peer.. [ Andrew Whelan.].

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Breakcore: Identity and Interaction on Peer-to-Peer

With reference to the black male it is emasculated, an amplified sign of white physical weakness particularly evident in the stereotypical figure of the nerd: Iteraction the following chapters, the online environment is taken seriously as an ethnographic research site: Advanced Search Find a Library.

Sexuality merely provides the ritual language through which these issues are articulated.

Another recording this time by Epsilonwith a vinyl release on Killing Sheep Records, as indicatedcontains the following comment: Such inherently social and communicative aspects of human experience are always, as it were, preconfigured discursively and ideologically. Kdentity, such interaction must be situated in its subcultural context.

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Note the indeterminacy as to what the attribute X is. It is possible to embed imagery within an mp3. The limits of this casualness are demonstrated: The features of the mp3 first encountered on p2p are name, duration, bit-rate and size.

One view is that a chat room is a space and the dialogue is between people in it, all intreaction whom are due the protection accorded them under the human subjects research model. If it is a space, then human subjects, who as such warrant ethical consideration—namely, informed consent, occupy it: These linkages, emergent in the dialogue, render an account of fratriarchal masculinity and its discursive elaboration imperative.


This is not to be technologically determinist: By continuing to downloading my files, you are expressly and impliedly agreeing to all terms as stated above, and affirm that you are in compliance with all federal, state and local laws concerning the files I share. From one perspective, much of this verbal combat stops being funny, and takes up space that would otherwise be given over to something else.

Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. The addendum pee-to-peer informative, as it offers the following twofold inference: The black male is culturally constructed as primitive, earthy, potent, close to nature, pure, in short, body. The computer revolution has already occurred.

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Attributions of democratising or rationalising consequences are therefore informed by how practices of consumption etc. Introduction 3 to Februaryalongside additional material generated through frequent visits to the locale in the intervening period.

The distributed material, aside from the riches of its musical properties, is literally encoded, loaded with meanings, which peer-to-peer clues as to how this material circulates.

P2p users do not simply trade music files; they communicate with each other. What we find as a general problem in ethnography has a specific instantiation within the study of music-technology peer-to-peeer.

They contain release information. The point is to show how semantic density is given to, and withdrawn from, the word, because through this process meaningfulness may be given to, and taken from, the world. The politics of sampling are thus discussed in terms of both racial appropriation and the recontextualisation of material perceived as problematic by some practitioners.


These latter norms remain radically contingent, iterative, and open to contestation. The higher the bit-rate, the larger the file, and the longer it takes to transmit.

Their conclusion is commonly signalled by such moves to re-establish the heteronormative order.

As Ong points out: Now is commonplace and could be said to be standard. It is precisely the absurd cultural overdetermination of sexual orientation which is glimpsed through the convolutions and contortions sexuality is subjected to in the data. In one instance, a sort of reverberating duel occurred based on reprising or echoing the most grotesque or offensive quotes the participants had in their arsenals individual quotes of this kind, and sometimes whole conversations, are also reproduced in user info and on external sites.

There are two numbers to the right of each username in the room occupant list above: Identity and Interaction on Peer-to-peer. This is partly a consequence of my capitalising on the off-peak, dial-up access available to me when the fieldwork was carried out.

It so happens that general searches for rare material often yield disappointing results: