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By Zizi Papacharissi

A Networked Self examines self presentation and social connection within the electronic age. This assortment brings jointly new paintings on on-line social networks through major students from quite a few disciplines. the point of interest of the quantity rests at the development of the self, and what occurs to self-identity whilst it really is awarded via networks of social connections in new media environments. the amount is dependent round the middle issues of identification, neighborhood, and tradition – the crucial issues of social community websites. members handle concept, study, and useful implications of many points of on-line social networks together with self-presentation, behavioral norms, styles and exercises, social impression, privateness, class/gender/race divides, flavor cultures on-line, makes use of of social networking sites within companies, activism, civic engagement and political impact.

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