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Annual Review of Sociology. More of the social world lives within electronic text than ever before, from collective activity on the web, social media, and instant messaging to online transactions, government intelligence, and digitized libraries. This supply of text has elicited demand for natural language processing and machine learning tools to filter, search, and translate text into valuable data.

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Despite this The rapid growth of the platform economy has provoked scholarly discussion of its consequences for the nature of work and employment. We identify four major themes in the literature on platform work and the underlying metaphors associated with each.

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Abstract The rapid growth of the platform economy has provoked scholarly discussion of its consequences for the nature of work and employment. Figure 1: Types of work in the platform economy.

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