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Adolescents and the Web: the attractions of Facebook

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My talk and presentation at Magdalen college conference 26 june 2010 …

My talk and presentation at Magdalen college conference 26 june 2010
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http://www.danicar.org/2010/06/23/problems-of-adolescence-and-facebook/
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In Serbian:
http://www.danicar.org/sr/2010/06/23/problems-of-adolescence-and-facebook/

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  • 1. ‘Adolescents and the Web: the attractions of Facebook’ by Danica Radovanovic Interdisciplinary conference: problems of Adolescence Magdalen College, University of Oxford 26 June 2010 PhD Chevening Scholar Oxford Internet Institute University of Oxford
  • 2. Teenage diaries?
  • 3. In a Shopping mall, Internet cafe, after 11pm, Belgrade, Serbia
  • 4. Data = Information in Permanent Flux .
  • 5. Dispersive public forum global network of people interaction, collaboration
  • 6. Public sphere
  • 7. Networked publics. Being constantly online. listservs, chat rooms, forums, blogosphere, twittersphere, Social network sites, Wikipedia, etc.
  • 8. OFFLINE = ONLINE SNS - Communication practices in pre-existing networks
  • 9. Not allowed by parents? Lack of mobility? No access to publics? Flickr: How am I spending Friday nights. By - I am a sunny day. day
  • 10. 1997 sixdegrees.com 2002 friendster 2003 my space, linkedin, orkut 2004 facebook, harvard only 2006 facebook opened for wider public – corporate networks
  • 11. If you are not on Facebook – you are not “IN”. You don't exist.
  • 12. PROFILE Self expression, virtual body
  • 13. British teens on SNSs as any other teens in the world: - connecting - communicating - socialising - hanging out - chatting - gossiping - goofing around - flirting .....but also LEARNING. PARTICIPATING. CREATING.
  • 14. FRIENDS Peer public, classmates, BBF Flickr: Dusty and Sarah by Cakeface originals
  • 15. Facebook Wall, Comments, testimonials. Social grooming.
  • 16. Applications - Newsfeed, status updates, multimedia, pages, groups, events, blogs, notes, chat
  • 17. Applications and Games
  • 18. Flickr: by Sibbad Parents and Adolescents = Communication and Trust. Learning together. Educators: digital literacy.
  • 19. References Digital Youth Research project (funded by the MacArthur Foundation) ● Digital Youth Work http://www.practicalparticipation.co.uk/publications/ ● ●Dutton, W., Helsper, E. J., and Gerber, M. M. (2009). The Internet in Britain: 2009., Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. ●EU Kids Online Final Report (EUKO) (Livingstone and Haddon 2009) http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/ ●Risky Behaviors and Online Safety: A 2010 Literature Review (draft) Samantha Biegler and danah boyd Harvard University, Berkman Center for Internet & Society http://www.zephoria.org/files/2010SafetyLitReview.pdf
  • 20. Thank you! Email: danica@danicar.org