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FCJ-151 The modulation and ordering of affect: from emotion recognition technology to the critique of class composition

Mark Gawne. Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney. Introduction: ordering affect and the question of labour Recent developments in the workplace have seen the intensification of methods to elicit and capture value within and across the affective encounter, notably through the introduction of technologies to measure the production of emotion by service […]

Issue 21: Exploring affect in interaction design, interaction-based art and digital art

The notion of affect does take many forms, and you’re right to begin by emphasizing that. To get anywhere with the concept, you have to retain the manyness of its forms. It’s not something that can be reduced to one thing. Mainly, because it’s not a thing. It’s an event, or a dimension of every […]