Ryan Morgan is a PhD student whose research centers on the coproduction of technology and society. He studies how emerging technologies challenge and shape fundamental societal notions of work, privacy, education and identity. As part of the ERC project "The Ghostworker's Well-being: An Integrative Framework", Ryan investigates where ghostworkers operate in Europe, studying their motivations, work conditions, and experiences with online platforms to uncover how these factors influence well-being.
Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
- Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
- Ryan A. Morgan, Ward van Zoonen & Claartje ter Hoeven (2023) - Lost in the crowd?: An investigation into where microwork is conducted and classifying worker types - European Journal of Industrial Relations, 29 (3), 301-322 - doi: 10.1177/09596801231171997 - [link]
- Ward van Zoonen, Claartje ter Hoeven & Ryan Morgan (2023) - Finding meaning in crowdwork: An analysis of algorithmic management, work characteristics, and meaningfulness - Information Society, 39 (5), 322-336 - doi: 10.1080/01972243.2023.2243262 - [link]