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Network Cultures VT2012 Week 3 7-Oct-11. Digital Identity Part 2. Social Networking and the Creation of Self Online. What is identity? In pairs write down at least three meanings of the word. What makes up your identity?

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Network cultures vt2012 week 3 7 oct 11
Network Cultures VT2012Week 3 7-Oct-11


Digital identity part 2
Digital Identity Part 2

Social Networking and the Creation of Self Online


What is identity in pairs write down at least three meanings of the word
What is identity? In pairs write down at least three meanings of the word

What makes up your identity?

Think about and write down a list of important aspects of your identity i.e. gender, nationality, race, friendships, music taste, sexuality, appearance, student status, family, relationship, religion etc.

Think about how these aspects of your identity are expressed differently in person and online. Discuss in groups and write down at least five examples.


Digital Identity

Mitchell and Webb identity theft

Geert Lovink on Social Networking

Digital dossier

Perils of Internet Dating

A Life on Facebook

Introducing Timeline

Facebook in Real Life


Volunteer
Volunteer?

Digital foot print analysis.


There is no gender identity behind the expressions of gender; that identity is performatively constituted by the very “expressions” that are said to be its results.”

(Butler, 1990:30)


“On many of the large SNSs, participants are not necessarily "networking" or looking to meet new people; instead, they are primarily communicating with people who are already a part of their extended social network.”

(Boyd & Ellison, 2007)


Works Cited:Butler, J. (1999) Gender Trouble, London & New York: RoutledgeBoyd, D.M, Ellison, N.B. (2007), Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship. Available from: http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol13/issue1/boyd.ellison.html accessed [20/10/10]


Next week
Next week

  • Second Life, MMORPGs, identity tourism

  • Reading (be prepared to discuss it in class).

  • Keep up your blogging. Send your blog address to barr@uel.ac.uk OR leave a comment at http://networkcultures2011.wordpress.com/

  • Be prepared to discuss with the whole group your proposed video project.


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