Ad blocking is a big deal. It’s had it’s time in European Court and has been ruled legal but what is the impact it’s making on our online society? This paper asks what if 40% of diners at a restaurant just walked out and didn’t pay in the same way 40 ish % of people don’t consume advertisements? But first a word from our sponsors …
Shiller, Benjamin, Joel Waldfogel, and Johnny Ryan. “The effect of ad blocking on website traffic and quality.” The RAND Journal of Economics 49, no. 1 (2018): 43-63.
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You know me, I’m fascinated by masculinities online and when I came across this citation I just couldn’t resist! I’m usually a stickler for methodology in gender research but this paper really got me thinking. I’ll admit it’s not my perfect cup of tea…
But it’s pretty close!
Schmitz, R. M., & Kazyak, E. (2016). Masculinities in Cyberspace: An Analysis of Portrayals of Manhood in Men’s Rights Activist Websites. Social Sciences, 5(2), 18.
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