Soc 260 Boyd notes Intro+1

  • pg 3, Unwanted interruption.
  • 4, proximity
  • 4, youth closeness, parents more spatial distance
  • 5, networked publics
  • 6, how do we enter, social media, at what age, what time period?
  • 7, what is normativity?
  • 8, core activities, chatting, socializing, self-expression, privacy.
  • 8, Know what Boyd means by networked publics.
  • 9, imagined public of a president
  • spatial and imagined
  • the past, publics
  • 10, pedagogy of the round table,
  • 11, 4 points, persistence, visibility, spreadabilty, searchability
  • 13, experience of teens, how much do they/we know?
  • 14, teens focused on what it means to be public, youth are focused on what it means to be networked.
  • 15, utopia, dystopia
  • technological determinism
  • 16, adult assumptions
  • 17, media culture,
  • parents projecting fears
  • 18, compelled by friendship
  • 20, Facebook as ‘where.’
  • 21, Socializing as homehound, rather than in public space
  • hectic schedules
  • 22, youth, fluent with technology, but might be naive natives
  • 23, nuanced realities
  • 24, the internet magnifies
  • 25, key questions = nuanced portrait, what is new/old about social media, what does social media add/take away from youth experience, what do we do when we don’t like the outcomes?
  • 26, access? who has it?
  • 27, contexts
  • CHAPTER 1
  • 29, passing
  • 30, alienating
  • 31, context collapse
  • 33, mental model
  • context collapse, teens become quiet
  • 34, identity,
  • 35, control over a situation,
  • 36, Sherry Turkle, Reclaiming Conversation,
  • 38, fiction vs non fiction, identity
  • 39, facebook as all
  • 41, navigating identity
  • 42, blurring identity,
  • 43, in group language
  • 44, It’s complicated
  • 47, privacy, safety, humor, image
  • control in context
  • 47, Erving GOFFMAN, READ THIS PART in the book.
  • 49, interdependent
  • 50, how we use technology
  • 2015-12-23 16.10.27
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