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Transcript of solo traveler
Why Not These Blogs?
Why The "Solo Traveler"?
Blog#2: Travel Yourself
Things will be covered:
1. the blog's purpose
2. the blogger's voice
3. the audience's voice
4. blogging strategies
What does the blogger write about?
A travel multi-experience for solo traveling
Conclusion about each blog of a experiential title
Gives each place a markable recommendation for solo travellers by rating the safety
1. Purpose: Initially......now......
2. voice of the blogger and audience
Blog#1: Journey Women
It is self-reflexive.
The blogger pay attention to readers being cultivated through the blog.
This blog performs promises of a good blog.
So Why Not?
Has interesting and detailed content
To many distractions
So Why Not This One??
Plenty of colourful pictures
There is no context nor content to this blog
There is no insight into the blogger's ideas and perspectives.
There is an underlining personal story
Gives readers an alternative point of view of traveling to engage her readers
Has Personalize content and the website is organized
The writer uses links, pictures, and other readers advices to capture the readers attention
Characterizing the self-presentation of the blogger
Janice Waugh: lovely & facetious
Tracey Nesbitt: very kind & enthusiastic
"Social distance: the spread between groups within society whether it is class, race/ethnicity, power" (solotraveler).
"further away we are from sharing experiences with “other” groups, the less caring we are of them" (solotraveler).
"Traveling over and over again, sometimes to the same place, sometimes to different places, truly increases the understanding of “others” (solotraveler). - Ties into Scott's "experience"
Why does the blogger create a solo travel society on Facebook as a supplement?
what types of genre do you think it is?