Reference. Section: Choose, Top of page, Reference <<. Madden, M, Zickuhr, K ( ) 65% of online adults use social networking sites. Available at. Zizi Papacharissi is an academic powerhouse. Whatever you've been doing for the last fifteen years, she probably makes you look lazy. A Networked Self examines self presentation and social connection in the digital age. This collection Zizi Papacharissi. Taylor & Francis, Jul.

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In one sense it was perhaps the strongest paper in the book and he makes a number of good points. Components included a face recognition program that could identify you if you were a member of Sarah’s online “Friends” and voice recognition that could interpret simple questions.

Ch 2 by danah boyd asks to what extent SNS based groups can be considered to be communities. Stef Morales rated it really liked it Apr 10, She has collaborated with Apple, Microsoft, and has participated in closed consultations with the Obama election campaign.

Ch 6 picks up on a bit of this in discussing the nature of “social capital” but examines it in terms of benefits accruing to the participant. Her fourth book is titled Affective Publics: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

A Networked Self: Identity, Community, and Culture on Social Network Sites by Zizi Papacharissi

Overt sexuality was rare or intentionally campy. Ch 3 was about whether or not online activity was addictive. On the other hand members of the public might benefit either by getting a sense of what the book is about instead of reading it, they might choose to get it from the public papacharissu, and public knowledge and the public good may be enhanced by greater knowledge of the subject.

Kelsey rated it it was amazing Jan 17, Challenging reading for an undergraduate, yet I will assign several of the chapters to my “Living Life Online” class in the Spring. Chapter 7 categorized users into 5 types: In particular it should have categorized and itemized what the affordances in SNS software were.


LtFox rated it it was amazing Feb 12, It did set out some sense of a basic program of study, but it was introductory. Negative effects were defined as depression and withdrawal leading towards alienation from family and work.

She recognizes the “messiness” of the analogy but does not choose to force it; rather she explores different modes in which people communicate such as through profiles, walls, comments, visible and invisible participants lurkers and Collapsed Contexts.

An interesting result was the negative correlation between YouTube use and voting vs. Nov 25, Karl Georg rated it liked it. No trivia or quizzes yet. I found myself poking holes in Andrajevik’s arguments but enjoyed him nonetheless. I might even get a small ego boost if you click Yes at the bottom.

Overall it was an interesting read.

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I’m not an academic but I am interested in how Social Network Software environments are analogous yet different than previous forms of interpersonal communication, and the different roles they play in personal and professional life. Ch 5 is about the notion of community and asks whether or not the concept really applies to SNS. Apr 06, Carrie rated it really liked it. A good example would be this review that I’ve written.

When faced with TV he chose the former which alienated the latter. Rosemary rated it really liked it Jul 16, Social networ sites as visrtual communities! Her work focuses on the social and political consequences of online media.

A Networked Self: Identity, Community, and Culture on Social Network Sites

There is a strong keynote chapter by A. This was not true of all the pieces. Aug 16, Phoenix rated it really liked it Shelves: Jennifer Hall rated it liked it May 09, He put forth the view that corporations were exploiting the free labour of users to add commercial value to their site without payment, and that employers and others would soon pressure employees to share their personal social nets for capital gain, in effect a colonization of private space. Chapter 8 was about adopting SNS in the workplace.


Lists with This Book. May 16, Sara Marks added it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Most people knew they were aware of the public nature of the space.

John rated it liked it Jan 28, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Her studies were fully funded by fellowships and scholarships from both the Onassis Foundation and the University of Texas of Austin, where she received her PhD in New Media Technologies and Political Communication. Blog readers tended to be slightly more Republican but had significantly higher incomes than interpersonal site users. Most individuals surveyed used Nstworked media to find out more about their choices.

Google, Facebook to achieve and maintain network dominance, mitigated by the paradox that as they grow the market they will continue to grow in size, but overall percentage will shrink. Tana Schiewer rated it liked networkef Mar 03, Makes me really want to learn network analysis.

As such it relates well to Ch 2 and does cite danah boyd’s work. Outline potential benefits and confirmed that a top down approach doesn’t work without explaining why.