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Scholars in the Open: Networked Identities vs. Institutional Identities
 

Scholars in the Open: Networked Identities vs. Institutional Identities

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The public presentation of self is identity work, but the networked practices by which scholars build a name and reputation for their work differ from the practices and strategies used - and ...

The public presentation of self is identity work, but the networked practices by which scholars build a name and reputation for their work differ from the practices and strategies used - and recognized - within the academy. This presentation explores Bonnie Stewart's dissertation research into how networked scholars circulate identity and reputation in networked publics.

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