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C & W Presentation

C&W Presentation: Dialogic Identities: Authoring Self Across New Media Spaces
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Amber Buck

on 2 February 2012

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Dialogic Identities:
Authoring Self Across
New Media Spaces Amber Buck
University of Illinois
Urbana-Champaign A Bakhtinian
Mix Tape last.fm Constructing
Identities Continuing
Research Ronnie danah boyd & Nicole Ellison (2007): 1. Construct a profile
2. Connect with others
3. Explore connections
through system @Matt And this will up our Last.fm compatibility! ^_^ 11:19 PM Mar 4th

me: 'oh god, ke$ha is being scrobbled to my last.fm' @Ryan_B: 'you're going to lose compatibility with everyone you know'] 12:30 PM Mar 1st http://twitpic.com/xxxx - [you just can't buy that kind of compatibility. ;P @n3sam and i are clearly meant to be!] 11:12 PM Mar 10th http://twitpic.com/17urst - [actually, @jsanto seems to have the upper hand. @n3sam, you guys need to fight for my musical love!] 11:15 PM Mar 10th

http://twitpic.com/17us23 - [it appears @Ryan_B wants in too... okay, if one more person grabs 'super' i swear...] 11:16 PM Mar 10th

http://twitpic.com/xxxx - [@Matt is now 'super' with me... and i won't ss @reptilesara since she's been for a while. what's going o 11:19 PM Mar 10th

http://twitpic.com/xxxxx - [add @hijohn to the list... that makes six 'super' friends! tonight is clearly an epic night =) glad you all 11:21 PM Mar 10th I decided that day I was like, I need to prank someone really well, and um, on my news feed a bunch of people had gotten into relationships and people were doing pranks like being engaged, but they weren’t very elaborate, you knew they were fake, and like, I want to really prank someone. [just killed one of my characters, @alisonography. today is a sad day for creativity] 1:08 AM Apr 9th How do individuals manage their identities through different communities of practice or figured worlds across many different social networking sites?

How do users work with and against the affordances of these technologies to represent themselves to different groups?

How can we see social network sites as actors? How do their designs and institutional histories play a role in literate activity on these sites?

How do notions of genre play a role in the creation of community norms on social network sites? You have one identity, . . . The days of you having a different image for your work friends or co-workers and for the other people you know are probably coming to an end pretty quickly. . . Having two identities for yourself is an example of a lack of integrity. - Zuckerberg Dialogism Heteroglossia Figured World Community Activity Individual Academia Alcoholics
Anonymous Dungeons &
Dragons Factory Foster (2007): Language:

1. Comes from the world
2. Subject makes meaning
3. Makes own contribution Sure, I certainly enjoy going by my real name every now and then but this is "Creative [Ronnie]." The [Ronnie] that people don't get to see because he never has enough time in the day to write music and usually spends his time just performing it. :) 1. Action (listening)
2. Comparing music
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