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    ICTs and Generations: Living Constantly Connected Social Lives… ICTs and Generations: Living Constantly Connected Social Lives… Presentation Transcript

    • Dr Mariann Hardey Social Media Analyst University of York, UK
    • AS ‘NATIVE’ AND ‘NATURAL’ ICT USERS
    • GROWING UP WITH A CULTURE OF INFORMATION: INTRODUCING JANE ‘I’m 20. My mum is 40. My dad is…over 40. Would you learn about the web from your parents? - Who didn’t even grow up with the internet!’ ‘We were born on the web. We are the early adopter crowd’ ‘We want to know whatever’s going on.’
    • A GENERATION OF RITUALS AND ROUTINES
    • JANE’S FUSIONS OF SOCIAL EXPRESSION   Facebook: ‘knows who I know and what we talk about’   Google: ‘to search for all the things I’ve thought about and look for’   Google Maps: ‘where I’ve been; where I’m going; where my friends are’   Twitter: ‘what I’m doing; why I’m doing it’ ‘I combine my Facebook with Google, so you have enough to write a small autobiography about me, complete with pictures and friends.’
    • EVERYDAY LIFE Jane Jane’s Dad f r e q u e n c y Urgency
    • A SERIOUSLY SOCIAL SENSIBILITY   The emergence of distinctive characteristics   ‘What I’m thinking’   ‘What I just did’   ‘Where I am’   What I am going to do’   ‘Why I am doing it’   A social etiquette   Makes communication possible   Always WITH others   Awareness of social action(s)
    • THE CREATION OF SOCIAL PRESENCE ‘To be always there…’   Co-participatory   Interconnections – emphasis on networks   Reciprocal relationship with known others   Constant (re)cycle and social exchange of action(s)   Channeled by the conditions of ubiquity, unbounded connectivity and the anticipation of the arrival of social information
    • BEING ALWAYS WITH EVERYONE   Previous private behaviour; now always potentially public   Moderate behaviour; ‘out of control’   Seen to be a part of the social scene   Enhanced sense of self-surveillance
    • TWO SIDES TO JANE For Jane Jane for everyone   My profile info   Expected access   Opt in settings   Default setting:   Control of personal assumption = open info   Share personal info   Awareness of   Observation of social participation and action, networks and connection friends   Production   Participation   Choice to disconnect   Choice to connect
    • CONSTANTLY CONNECTED CONSEQUENCES   Are we becoming more like Jane?   Our data is captured   We belong to archives of information   It is considered ‘everyday’ to observe others and to observe ourselves…   We seek to create our own networks of mutuality – and PULL in other generations e.g. parents/extended family.
    • MY CONSTANT CONNECTIONS Email: Mariann@mariannhardey.net Website: http://mariannhardey.googlepages.com/aboutme Blog: http://properfacebooketiquette.blogspot.com/