Presentation

Martin Berg is Professor of Media Technology and Associate Professor of Sociology. His research interests include digital sociology as well as critical studies of algorithms and automation processes.

Forthcoming publications

  • Berg, M., Lidegran, I., Schmauch, U., Sjöstrand, G., Sohl, L., & Kravchenko, Z. (2022). Digital sociologi - att undervisa i sociologi under en pandemi. Sociologisk Forskning.

  • Pink, S., Berg, M., Lupton, D., & Ruckenstein, M. (eds.) (2022). Everyday Automation: Experiencing and Anticipating Emerging Technologies. Routledge.

  • Pink, S., Ruckenstein, M., Berg, M., & Lupton, D. (2022). Everyday Automation: Setting a Research Agenda. In S. Pink, M. Berg, D. Lupton & M. Ruckenstein (eds). Everyday Automation: Experiencing and Anticipating Emerging Technologies. Routledge.

  • Berg, M. (2022). Hate it? Automate it! Thinking and Doing Robotic Process Automation and Beyond. In S. Pink, M. Berg, D. Lupton & M. Ruckenstein (eds). Everyday Automation: Experiencing and Anticipating Emerging Technologies. Routledge.

  • Berg, M. (forthcoming). Digital Etnografi [Digital Ethnography]. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

  • Berg, M., Engberg, M., & Leckner, S. (eds.) (forthcoming). Tekniska mediestudier [Technical media studies]. Lund: Studentlitteratur.