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And there is the cyberspace explorer, the woman who might log on as a man, or as another woman, or as, simply, ST.
All of these Sherry Turkles have authored a new book, Life on the Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet, published November 30 by Simon & Schuster.
This is a learning module for the class Contemporary Social / Mass Media Theory taught at Purdue University by Sorin Adam Matei What cultural and intellectual forces account for the social and intellectual ethos that fuels the social media revolution?
Was the Facebook or blogging revolution a simple effect of new technologies becoming available?
Major conclusion: Each shift in communication is accompanied by a shifting sense of place, by a change in our perception of what George Herbert Mead (1934) called the “generalized other,” those others who seem significant enough for us to imagine how they may be imagining us.