The citation style chosen by this journal is the APA’s (American Psychological Association).The references in the text must follow an abbreviated format (Author, Year: pp.). The full reference list shall appear at the end of the article. Efforts should be made to minimize the number of footnotes.
Whenever possible, include the DOI for each article in the bibliographic list.
The list of references should appear at the end and look as follows:
Mumford, L. (1934). Technics and civilization. Harcourt, Brace & Company, Inc.
Von Hippel, E. (2006). Democratizing innovation. The MIT Press. https://doi.org/10.7551/mitpress/2333.001.0001
Kuhn, T. (1957). The copernican revolution: planetary astronomy in the development of western thought. Harvard University Press.
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Shapin, S. & Schaffer, S. (1985). Leviathan and the air-pump: Hobbes, Boyle, and the experimental life. Princeton University Press.
Verschraegen, G., Vandermoere, F., Braeckmans, L. & Segaert, B. (2017). Imagined futures in science, technology and society. Routledge.
Galison, P. & Hevly, B. (Eds.) (1992). Big science: the growth of large-scale research. Stanford University Press.
Kuhn, T. (1974). Second thoughts on paradigms. En Suppe, F. (ed.). The structure of scientific theories (pp. 459–482). University of Illinois Press.
Pinch, T. & Bijker, W. (1984). The social construction of facts and artefacts: or how the sociology of science and the sociology of technology might benefit each other. Social Studies of Science, 14(3), 399-441. https://doi.org/10.1177/030631284014003004
Benitez, R. (2021, July 4). The new narrative in the digital age. Origin, evolution and contributions to the new media. [Video]. GKA VISUAL 2021 - 7th International Conference on Visual Culture. https://events.gkacademics.com/videos/85
Nolan, C. (Director). (2014). Interstellar. [Film]. Paramount Pictures.
Ovide, S. (2020, November 18). Government surveillance by data. The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/18/technology/government-surveillance-by-data.html
Finley, R. (2014, March 29). Prospects still slim for major pick-up of global economy. The Irish Examiner, p. 27.
Emmett, Y. (2013). Living theory of leadership development for e-learning. [Doctoral thesis, Dublin City University]. DCU Online Research Access Services. http://doras.dcu.ie/17723/
Lupton, D. (2015, December 10). Public understanding of personal digital data. This Sociological Life. https://simplysociology.wordpress.com/2015/12/10/publicunderstanding-of-personal-digital-data
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