[Free E–pub] The Burden of Choice Author Jonathan Cohn

The Burden of ChoiceThis book shows that the culture of recommendation algorithms erpetuates the The Burden of Choice examines how recommendations for roducts media news romantic artners and even cosmetic "surgery operations are roduced and experienced online Fundamentally concerned with how the recommendation has come to serve as "operations are roduced and experienced online Fundamentally concerned with how the recommendation has come to serve as form of control that frames a contemporary American as heteronormative white and well. ,
Eoliberal conception of citizens freedom "as something reduced to the freedom of. Off this book asserts that the industries that use these automated recommendations tend "something reduced to the freedom of. Off this book asserts that the industries that use these automated recommendations tend ignore and obscure all other identities in the service of making the type of affluence they are selling appear commonplace Focusing on the eriod from the mid 1990s to approximately 2010 while this technology was still novel Jonathan. .

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Choice in what to consume "what to urchase simply the freedom of the marketplace. Cohn argues that automated recommendations "to urchase simply the freedom of the marketplace. Cohn argues that automated recommendations algorithms are far from natural neutral or benevolent Instead they shape and are shaped by changing conceptions of gender race and class With its cultural studies and humanities methodologies focused on close readings historical research methodologies focused on close readings historical research ualitative analysi. ,