Mager, A. and K. Mayer (2017) “Biofeedback. Von Körperdaten und Datenkörpern”, in: H. Ranzenbacher (ed) FIN/2. Liquid Music 2017, Wies: Liquid Music: 80-89, download.

Mager, A. (2016) “Search engine imaginary. Visions and values in the co-production of search technology and Europe”, Social Studies of Science, online first October 27, 2016.

Mager, A. (2015) Project report “Glocal Search” (OeNB, 14702), download.

Gudowsky N., M. Sotoudeh, A. Bogner, D. Fuchs, A. Mager et al. [..] (2014) Responsible Research und TA – Innovationen neu gestalten. Bericht von der 6. Konferenz des Netzwerks TA und der 14. Jahreskonferenz des ITA Wien (NTA6-TA14). Technikfolgenabschätzung – Theorie und Praxis (TATuP), Bd. 23 (3), S. 106-110; full text (in German).

Mager, A. (2014) “Ideologie des Algorithmus. Wie der neue Geist des Kapitalismus Suchmaschinen formt”, in: B. Stark, D. Dörr, S. Aufenanger (eds) Die Googleisierung der Informationssuche. Suchmaschinen zwischen Nutzung und Regulierung, Berlin/ Boston: De Gruyter: 201-223; download.

Mager, A. (2014) „Is small really beautiful? Big search and its alternatives“, in: R. König and M. Rasch (eds) Society of the Query Reader. Reflections on Web Search, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures: 59-72; download.

Mager, A. (2014) Defining Algorithmic Ideology: Using Ideology Critique to Scrutinize Corporate Search Engines, Triple C. Cognition, Communication and Co-Operation 12(1); full text.

Mager, A. (2013) In search of ideology. Socio-cultural dimensions of Google and alternative search engines, ITA manu:scripts; download.

Eklöf, J. and A. Mager (2013) Technoscientific Promotion and Biofuel Policy. How the Press and Search Engines Stage the Biofuel Controversy, Media, Culture & Society; download.

Mager, A. (2012) Health information politics: Reconsidering the democratic ideal of the Web as a source of medical knowledge, First Monday 17(10); full text.

Mager, A. (2012) Review of Erkki Huhtamo and Jussi Parikka, eds., Media Archaeology. Approaches, Applications, and Implications (2011, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press), Information, Communication & Society, iFirst Article: 1–4; download.

Mager, A. (2012) Algorithmic Ideology. How capitalist society shapes search engines, Information, Communication & Society, iFirst Article: 1-19; download.

Mager, A. (2012) Search Engines Matter: From educating users towards engaging with online health information practices, Policy & Internet 4(2), special issue on eHealth; download.

Mager, A. (2010): Mediated Knowledge. Sociotechnical practices of communicating medical knowledge via the web and their epistemic implications, Dissertation, University of Vienna/ Austria (received a SuMA Award 2010); download.

Mager, A. (2009): Mediated Health. Sociotechnical practices of providing and using online health information, New Media & Society 11/7: 1123-1142; download.

Felt, U., L. Gugglberger, A. Mager (2009): Shaping the future e-patient: The citizen-patient in public discourse on e-health, Science Studies 22/1: 24-43; download.

Felt, U., M. Fochler, A. Mager, P. Winkler (2008): Visions and versions of governing biomedicine: narratives on power structures, decision-making, and public participation in the field of biomedical technologies in the Austrian context, Social Studies of Science 38/2: 233-257; download.

Felt, U., L. Gugglberger, B. Höcher, A. Mager, S. Österreicher (2008): Virtuell Informiert? Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen fuer die Medizin im Internetzeitalter, Project Report; download.

Mager, A. (2002): “Ewige Jugend” – “Menschliche Ersatzteile” – “Zuwenig Verkehrstote”: Organ transplantation in the context of Austrian media discourses, Diploma Thesis, University of Vienna/ Austria (received a Dr. Maria Schaumayer Prize).

Outreach activities:

Weizenbaum-Institut: Wird sein Name Programm sein?“, OpenTA Blog Post, October 2017.

“Europe against Google & Co?”, ITA Dossier, No.15, April 2015 (in English & German).

Datenschutzreform: “Politik vom Tagesgeschäft getrieben““, Futurezone, June 2015

Interview for the radio broadcast “Dispositiv” together with Anton Tantner (Orange 94.0), May 2015

Interview for the radio broadcast „Digital Leben“ (Ö1), April 2015

Expertin fordert Abschluss der EU-Datenschutzreform“, APA Science, April 2015 (picked up by Standard, Tiroler Tageszeitung, Krone, Horizont)

Interview for the radio broadcast Matrix (Ö1): „Daten, Netz und Politik“, September 2013

Review of the art project “Ab und Zu Wandern” von Sabine Maier (MACHFELD), booklet, August 2012

Mention in Futurezone article “User-Daten sind das neue Öl“, July 2012

Contribution to the article “Nix zu verbergen? Grenzenlose Sammelwut, ahnungslose Konsumenten und eine visions- oder sprachlose Wirtschaft – im Geschäft mit Kunden- und Userdaten herrscht gleichermaßen Goldgräberstimmung und Konzeptlosigkeit”, Bestseller 9(12), 2012

ÖAW topic of the month featuring my project “Glocal Search”, August 2012

Interview for science.ORF: Die Ideologie des Algorithmus, May 2012

Contribution to the article “Was wir retten wollen”, 2012. Das vielleicht letzte Magazin der Welt. Ausgabe 11, February 2012

Article in ITA newsletter: Glokale Perspektive auf Google & co., March 2012

Article on the Website of the Austrian TV station ORF: “Dr. Google: Wettbewerb um Aufmerksamkeit“, February 2011

Co-orginaization of a series of public lectures on „Internet Research“, Vienna, summer term 2010

Article in „Corpus“, Internet magazine for dance, choreography, and performance: „#UNSERWISSEN“, 2009

Interview for the Austrian newspaper Der Standard, article: „Praxis Dr. Google“, January 2009

Interview for the Austrian radio station Ö1, broadcast: „E-Doktor und Webpatient“, November 2008

Article in the newspaper Der Standard: „Wir sind nie modern gewesen“, March 2008

Co-organization of the international conference „Virtually Informed: The Internet as (New) Health Information Source“, 25-26 January 2008, Vienna, and a public side event (together with Ulrike Felt and Lisa Gugglberger)

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