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Social Media Literature Review
Tirana, Albania

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  • 1. Minavere Vera Bardici Simon Elias BibriErliza Lopez Pedersen Lisa Virgiano
  • 2. Presentation Structure  ICT and Social Media:Definitional Issues and the Relationship; and ICT and SocialMedia: New Forms of Expression and Democratic Participation  Have Independent Channels for Citizen Media Outlived Themselves?; and Can Citizen Media Meet the Web 2.0 Social Media Revolution? Employment of Social Media in Development Works and ItsCorelational Functions; and Alteration of Forms and Practices of Social Change Caused by ICT  Challenges to ICT and Social Media
  • 3. ICT and Social Media:Definitional Issues and the Relationship  What is ICT?  What is Social Media?
  • 4. ICT and Social Media: New Forms of Expression and Democratic Participation Catalyst for contemporary communication (Hopper 2007) For self-mass communication (Castells 2009) Developing intimate bonds with unfamiliar people (Kaplan & Blakely 2009) Users have control of information (Hinchcliffe 2006; O’Reilly 2005) An active stake in the culture of production (Jenkins et. al. 2005)
  • 5. ICT and Social Media: New Forms of Expression and Democratic Participation Introduce substantial and pervasive changes to communication (Kietzmann et. al 2011) Reflect participatory culture (Jenkins et. al. 2005) Public will mobilization (Salmon, Fernandez and Post 2010) “Appearance of alternative and opposition public spheres” (Jakubowicz 2007, p.137)
  • 6. Have Independent Channels for Citizen Media Outlived Themselves? What is a citizen? (Dahlgren 2009) Mediascapes (Appadurai 1996) Citizen Media (Rodriguez 2001) Credibility of Citizen Media (Rosenberry and St. John 2010) Downfall of MySpace (Bajarin 2011; Hartung 2011)
  • 7. Can Citizen Media Meet the Web 2.0 Social Media Revolution? What is Web 2.0? (O’Reilly 2005) Rise of social media (Kaplan & Haenlein 2010) A new generation of journalists (Heffernan 2011) Distinctive and sustaining features are not well understood (Eltantawy & Wiest 2011)
  • 8. The Employment of Social Media in Development Works and Its Corelational Functions Sharing of media content; participation, emancipation, and empowerment (Haenlein & Kaplan 2010) Civil society (Hintz 2007) Mandatory participatory level (Rao 2005)
  • 9. The Alteration of Forms and Practices of Social Change Caused by ICT Create and unleash developmental force (Rao 2005) Digital Divide (Granqvist 2005) Multiple roles (Eltantawy & Wiest 2011; Khamis 2011) Social Media as Critical New Resource (Langman 2005; Della Porta & Mosca 2005; Wasserman 2007)
  • 10. Challenges to ICT and Social Media Creating less confined political spaces (Eltantawy & Weist 2011) Social Digital Media (Breuer 2011) Social network monopoly (Berners-Lee 2010) leading to economic interest (Soltren 2005) Human-Computer Interaction (Kelly 2002)
  • 11. Challenges to ICT and Social Media Seven functional building blocks:  Identity  Conversations  Sharing  Presence  Relationships  Reputation  Groups (Kietzmann et al. 2011)
  • 12. Social Media Conclusion Instrumental in shaping and catalyzing social change for allowing democratic participation, continued flow of communication, and speed in public mobilization Assessing social media’s impact on social change is not straightforward due to lack of empirical evidence Expression, collaboration, and participation Self-mass communication- reaching a massive, global audience
  • 13. For the complete list of our references, please visit:http://wpmu.mah.se/nmict11group1 Thank you!