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Social media freaks : digital identity in the network society

Social media freaks : digital identity in the network society

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kidd, Dustin.
Title Statement
Social media freaks : digital identity in the network society / Dustin Kidd.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Boulder :   Westview Press,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
xi, 272 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780813350660 (paperback)
요약
"Social media has been transforming American and global cultural life for over a decade. It has flattened the divide between producer and audience found in other forms of culture while also enriching some massive corporations. At the core of Social Media Freaks is the question: Does social media reproduce inequalities or is it a tool for subverting them? Social Media Freaks presents a virtual ethnography of social media, focusing on issues of identity and inequality along five dimensions--race, class, gender, sexuality, and disability. It presents original and secondary findings, while also utilizing social theory to explain the dynamics of social media. It teaches readers how to engage social media as a tool for social activism while also examining the limits of social media's value in the quest for social change"--
Content Notes
Machine generated contents note: Section 1: The Story behind Social Media -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Social Media and the Network Society -- Chapter 2: The Social Structure of Social Media -- Section 2: Case Studies of Identity and Inequality in Social Media -- Introduction -- Chapter 3: Black Lives Matter: Racial Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 4: Disabling a Meme: Disability Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 5: Occupy Wall Street: Class Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 6: GamerGate: Gender Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 7: Leave Britney Alone: Sexuality Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 8: Call Me Cait: Trans Perspectives on Social Media -- Section 3: The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Social Media -- Introduction -- Chapter 9: Social Media Toolbox -- Chapter 10: Conclusion: A Social Media Revolution?.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-255) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Social media. Identity (Psychology) and mass media. Social participation.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-255) and index.
505 8 ▼a Machine generated contents note: Section 1: The Story behind Social Media -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Social Media and the Network Society -- Chapter 2: The Social Structure of Social Media -- Section 2: Case Studies of Identity and Inequality in Social Media -- Introduction -- Chapter 3: Black Lives Matter: Racial Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 4: Disabling a Meme: Disability Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 5: Occupy Wall Street: Class Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 6: GamerGate: Gender Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 7: Leave Britney Alone: Sexuality Perspectives on Social Media -- Chapter 8: Call Me Cait: Trans Perspectives on Social Media -- Section 3: The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Social Media -- Introduction -- Chapter 9: Social Media Toolbox -- Chapter 10: Conclusion: A Social Media Revolution?.
520 ▼a "Social media has been transforming American and global cultural life for over a decade. It has flattened the divide between producer and audience found in other forms of culture while also enriching some massive corporations. At the core of Social Media Freaks is the question: Does social media reproduce inequalities or is it a tool for subverting them? Social Media Freaks presents a virtual ethnography of social media, focusing on issues of identity and inequality along five dimensions--race, class, gender, sexuality, and disability. It presents original and secondary findings, while also utilizing social theory to explain the dynamics of social media. It teaches readers how to engage social media as a tool for social activism while also examining the limits of social media's value in the quest for social change"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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650 0 ▼a Social participation.
945 ▼a KLPA

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Contents information

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments	p. vii
Preface	p. ix
1	Social Media, Art, and the Network Society	p. 1
2	The Social Structure of Social Media	p. 31
3	Leave Britney Alone: Sexuality Perspectives on Social Media	p. 69
4	Disabling a Meme: Disability Perspectives on Social Media	p. 97
5	GamerGate: Gender Perspectives on Social Media	p. 121
6	Occupy Wall Street: Class Perspectives on Social Media	p. 145
7	Black Lives Matter: Racial Perspectives on Social Media	p. 169
8	Social Media Toolbox	p. 193
9	Conclusion: A Social Media Revolution?	p. 219
Appendix: Digital Media Literacy	p. 231
Glossary	p. 233
References	p. 241
Index	p. 257

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