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BOOKS & CHAPTERS
REVIEWS: The Information Trade (HarperCollins)
REVIEWS: THE INFORMATION TRADE
"This erudite analysis should be required reading" - Publishers Weekly
"An excellent, provocative, and even visionary book on the role of tech in traditionally government spheres of activity" - Mark Fowler, former Chair, Federal Communications Commission
"Wichowski presents a clear and unique viewpoint that integrates these seemingly inconsistent—but clearly correct—viewpoints into a coherent story that captures the problem with a nuance and constructively positive outlook I haven’t seen anywhere else" - Chad Mills, AI / ML engineer
"Eminently accessible, deeply researched exploration" - Kirkus Reviews
"Authoritative yet accessible, friendly, and direct" - Washington Independent Review of Books
"Timely, compelling, and expertly researched passport to the tech companies that rule today’s digital landscape" - Blake Harris, author, Console Wars
"Wichowski offers an important framework for how new digital reality is shaping power structures, locally and globally" - Former tech ambassador Casper Klynge (Denmark)
"Wichowski is a wonderfully tireless investigator of the Internet’s Great Powers" - Scott Malcomson, author, Splinternet
"One of the most seminal & important books on the impact of Big Tech in the world today” - Giles Crouch, digital anthropologist
"Many will speak to futurists and futurism and say these types of people are before their time. Alexis Wichowski is not before her time. She is right on time" - JA Cinman, Complexity Adventures
Wichowski, A. (2010). "The myth of fragmentation: assessing political information online," State University of New York at Albany, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2010. 3402406.
Wichowski, A. (2020). "What Unites Us: How the angry few hijack public opinion and why institutions must intervene to save democracy." Brazilian Association of Organizational Communication & Public Relations Researchers, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Wichowski, A. (2015). “‘Secrecy is for losers’: why diplomats should embrace openness to protect national security.” In M. Holmes & C. Bjola (Eds.) Digital Diplomacy: Theory and Practice. London: Routledge.
Stromer-Galley, J. & Wichowski, A. (2011). “Political discussion online.” In M. Consalvo, C. Ess, & R. Burnett (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Internet Studies. London: Blackwell.
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