Daniel Cockayne
Daniel Cockayne
Geography and Environmental Management, University of Waterloo
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Sharing and neoliberal discourse: the economic function of sharing in the digital on-demand economy
DG Cockayne
Geoforum 77, 73-82, 2016
Citation matters: mobilizing the politics of citation toward a practice of "conscientious engagement"
C Mott, DG Cockayne
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (7), 954-973, 2017
Entrepreneurial affect: attachment to work practice in San Francisco's digital media sector
DG Cockayne
Environment and planning D: Society and Space 34 (3), 456-473, 2016
What is a startup firm? A methodological and epistemological investigation into research objects in economic geography
D Cockayne
Geoforum 107, 77-87, 2019
Queering code/space: the co-production of socio-sexual codes and digital technologies
DG Cockayne, L Richardson
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (11), 1642-1658, 2017
#HotForBots: sex, the non-human, and digitally mediated spaces of intimate encounter
DG Cockayne, A Leszczynski, M Zook
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (6), 1115-1133, 2017
Between ontology and representation: locating Gilles Deleuze’s "difference-in-itself" in and for geographical thought
DG Cockayne, D Ruez, A Secor
Progress in Human Geography 41 (5), 580-599, 2017
Affect and value in critical examinations of the production and "prosumption" of big data
DG Cockayne
Big Data & Society 3 (2), 1-11, 2016
Thinking space differently: Deleuze's Möbius topology for a theorisation of the encounter
DG Cockayne, D Ruez, AJ Secor
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 45 (1), 194-207, 2020
Conscientious disengagement and whiteness as a condition of dialogue
C Mott, D Cockayne
Dialogues in Human Geography 8 (2), 143-147, 2018
Underperformative economies: discrimination and gendered ideas of workplace culture in San Francisco’s digital media sector
DG Cockayne
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (4), 756–772, 2018
Feminist economic geography and the future of work
E Reid-Musson, D Cockayne, L Frederiksen, N Worth
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 52 (7), 1457–1468, 2020
On economic geography's "movers" to business and management schools: a response from outside "the project"
DG Cockayne, A Horton, K Kay, J Loomis, E Rosenman
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (7), 1510-1518, 2018
Feeling otherwise: ambivalent affects and the politics of critique in geography
D Ruez, D Cockayne
Dialogues in Human Geography 11 (1), 88-107, 2021
Considering Matthew Shepard: normative and anti-normative queer spatial narratives and the politics of performance in choral music
D Cockayne
cultural geographies 26 (4), 471–485, 2019
A queer theory of software studies: software theories, queer studies
DG Cockayne, L Richardson
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (11), 1587-1594, 2017
Learning to labor in high-technology: experiences of overwork in university internships at digital media firms in North America
D Cockayne
Social & Cultural Geography, 1-19, 2020
Understanding how hatred persists: situating digital harassment in the long history of white supremacy
C Mott, D Cockayne
Gender, Place & Culture 28 (11), 1521-1540, 2021
Digital feminism
D Cockayne, L Richardson
International Encyclopedia of Human Geography 3, 329-333, 2020
Whose geography? Which publics?
JW Crampton, J Bowen, DG Cockayne, B Cook, E Nost, L Shade, L Sharp, ...
Dialogues in Human Geography 3 (1), 73-76, 2013
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