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Digital dialogues and community 2.0 : after avatars, trolls and puppets

Author: Tara Brabazon
Publisher: Oxford, UK : Chandos Publishing, 2012.
Series: Chandos social media series.
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"Digital Dialogue and Community 2.0: After avatars, trolls and puppets explores the communities that use digital platforms, portals, and applications from daily life to build relationships beyond geographical locality and family links. The book provides detailed analyses of how technology realigns the boundaries between connection, consciousness and community. This book reveals that alongside every engaged,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tara Brabazon
ISBN: 9781843346951 1843346958
OCLC Number: 799000043
Description: xvi, 304 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : new imaginings / Tara Brabazon --
Part 1. Communities, exiles and resistance --
The inevitable exile : a missing link in online community discourse / Venessa Paech --
Call it hyperactivism : politicising the online Arab public sphere and the quest for authenticity and relevance / Aziz Douai --
What's in a name? Digital resources and resistance at the global periphery / Mike Kent --
I have seen the future, and it rings / Mick Winter --
Part 2. Structures for sharing --
Strangers in the swarm / Mike Kent --
Status (update) anxiety : social networking, Facebook and community / Amanda Evans --
Becoming Mireila : a virtual ethnography through the eyes of an avatar / Faracy Grouse --
Taste is the enemy of creativity : disability, YouTube and a new language / Katie Ellis --
Part 3. Professions, production, consumptions --
The sound of a librarian : the politics and potential of podcasting in difficult times / Tara Brabazon --
The invisible (wo)man / Tara Brabazon and Nazlin Bhimani--
The impact of the video-equipped DSLR / Matthew Ingram --
Why media literacy is transformative of the Irish education system : a statement in advocacy / Laura Kinsella --
YouTube academy / Tara Brabazon --
Part 4. Fandom, consumption and community --
Live fast, die young, become immortal / Katie Ellis --
All we hear is Lady-o Gaga : popular culture 2.0 / Alexander Cameron --
Copyright and couture : the comme il faut experience / Leanne McRae --
When community becomes a commodity / Mike Kent --
Conclusion : white men rule? / Tara Brabazon.
Series Title: Chandos social media series.
Responsibility: edited by Tara Brabazon.
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