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Networked Intimate Citizenship: mediated social change?


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a proposition for digital intervention - this framework maps well onto many prospective case studies - but does it constitute mediated social change?

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Networked Intimate Citizenship: mediated social change?

  1. 1. NETWORKED INTIMATE CITIZENSHIP mediated social change? Sonja Vivienne Post-Doctoral Research Fellow CfCSC, UQ
  2. 2. 1 2 3 context practice questions
  3. 3. social change
  4. 4. erosive cultural change?
  5. 5. 1 theoretical context
  6. 6. networked individualism intimate publics private spheres
  7. 7. networked + intimate + citizenship
  8. 8. digital dualism
  9. 9. privacy & publicness
  10. 10. surveillance & self-exposure
  11. 11. mediated practice 2
  12. 12. home/less • birth/death • adulthood • state/less • gender • dis-ability • citizenship • sexuality • marriage/family • transgressive transitions
  13. 13. ‘work, love, play’
  14. 14. Hmong child marriage
  15. 15. voluntary euthanasia
  16. 16. ‘transition support services’
  17. 17. ‘aged care, digital lifestyles’
  18. 18. hearing voices
  19. 19. creative workshops
  20. 20. multi-platform
  21. 21. mapping practice
  22. 22. participatory action research
  23. 23. research questions 3
  24. 24. identity belonging INTIMACY CITIZENSHIP private public negotiated NETWORKS mediated
  25. 25. how do we, in transgressive transitions, speak across differences among networked publics, to catalyse change?
  26. 26. how can people & platforms mediate this process sustainably?
  27. 27. significance
  28. 28. affective nuanced data, influencing policy, education, law reform...
  29. 29. Q&A? sonja vivienne +61(0) 418 660 908 Skype: sonjavi Twitter: @sonjaviv
  30. 30. image attributions: ‘Signs of Change: Social Movement Cultures 1960s to Now’ by Exit Art via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd ‘Texture/Background 5’ by Brenda Clarke via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd ‘Privacy, health, fears over airport X-ray’ by publik16 via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd ‘2nd Anoniversary 13’ by Anonymous9000 via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd ‘From Music to microfluidics’ by Steve Jurvetson via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd SMC blog: Russia’s neo-nazi sport: ‘Cyberbullying Law and the New School Year’ by CT Senate Democrats: via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd ‘Networked’ Cover: ‘The Female Complaint’ Cover: ‘A Private Sphere’ Cover: ‘Intimate Citizenship’ Cover: Rainbow Family Tree homepage: ‘My Secret Story’ still excerpt from ‘My Secret Story’ by Frank IMG_0800 by Mutiara Karina via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd ‘_DSC1397’ by Rusty Stewart via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd ‘Sapa, Vietnam’ by Trung Nguyen via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd Life saving tips for young muslims: Same-sex parenting: Nursing Home neglect: Old & dying: Corporate Art: Tree of Life: ‘The FlickVerse 2005 Poster’ by GustavoG via Compfight - cc - by-nc-nd Barbie low angle:
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