Topic: Youth

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By Tammi Moe on Jun 20th, 2014
“Who you know shapes what you know,” a poignant conclusion illustrated through Danah Boyd’s chapter on inequality in social media. The author...
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By sava saheli singh on Jun 19th, 2014
Tim Maughan and I presented four design fiction case studies for the HASTAC 2014 conference, highlighting the disparity between the shiny hype cycle...
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By Laurie McMillan on Jun 16th, 2014
Hi All!I'm associate professor of English at Marywood University--a small Catholic school in Scranton, PA. I'm interested in feminist writing and...
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By Alex Fink on Jun 15th, 2014
This review focuses on danah boyd's book It's Complicated, specifically on Chapter 6 - Inequality: Can Social Media Resolve Social Divisions?
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By Vanessa Monterosa on Jun 15th, 2014
Part of Collaborative Book Review of It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by danah boydReview of Chapter 1, Identity - why do teens...
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By Megan Farnel on Jun 15th, 2014
Part of Collaborative Book Review of It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by Danah BoydReview of IntroductionMegan Farnel,...
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By Jamie Henthorn on Jun 14th, 2014
Part of Collaborative Book Review of It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by danah boydReview of Chapter 2, Privacy – why do youth...
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