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A Networked SelfSociality, Publicity and Privacyon Social Network Sites,[object Object],Zizi Papacharissi, PhD,[object Object],Professor and Head, Communication,[object Object],University of Illinois-Chicago,[object Object]
 . . . The internet as social space,[object Object],The ultimate social impact of cyberspace will not flow from its exotic capabilities, but rather from the fact that people are putting it to ordinary, even mundane, social uses.,[object Object],Parks and Floyd, 1996, Making Friends in Cyberspace ,[object Object]
The premise,[object Object],More or less social people?,[object Object],A networked self,[object Object],More or less social media?,[object Object],All media are social,[object Object],More or less social places?,[object Object],Social affordances of online spaces,[object Object]
Research Findings,[object Object],3 studies,[object Object],Facebook use and social capital (Papacharissi & Mendelson, 2011, Media Perspectives for 21st Century, Papathanassopoulos-Ed.),[object Object],Look at us study – Visual Rhetoric of Facebook photo galleries (Mendelson & Papacharissi, 2010, Networked Self, Papacharissi- Ed.),[object Object],Architecture of online places and affordances of online social networks (Papacharissi, 2009, New Media & Society),[object Object]
Study 1:Uses of Facebook and Social Capital,[object Object],A different kind of sociability,[object Object],The social couch potato,[object Object],Active? No. Passive? No.,[object Object],Flexibility, mobility, and convergence of social behaviors (social multitasking),[object Object],Public Privacy of social ties,[object Object],Recognition of privacy risk; inability to react,[object Object],Reflexive understanding of privacy,[object Object]
Study 2 - Look at Us: Visual Rhetoric of Facebook photo galleries ,[object Object],Elements examined (Chalfen – kodak culture),[object Object],Participants/Topics/Setting/Form/Code (aesthetics),[object Object],Participants/Topics/Setting,[object Object],Friends, physically close, mostly same sex groups, even at parties, more women,[object Object],Popular events: Parties. Trips w/ Friends. Dances and proms. School year holidays. Sporting events. Graduation (culture of documented/able festivity),[object Object],Mundane – hanging out,[object Object],Self portraits, numerous versions of (exhibitionism, overt narcissism, celebrity culture),[object Object]

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Editor's Notes

  1. Summarizes some work I have been doing over the past couple of years on social behaviors online all leading to a group of conclusions/suggestions/future questions about….
  2. Please do not expect the internet to be anything but ordinaryIt is not the internet, it is our expectationsJust another place with its intricaciesEarly research organizational/informational - social was mostly anecdotal accounts of mysterious things that happened in cyberspace
  3. 3 grand dichotomies that dominate public discourse on social character of online media. Popular press, NOT academia Social behaviors they invite, sense of self sustained2nd dichotomy revolves around whether these media are inherently more or less social - What types of social behaviors are prevalent? What shape does sociality take? Do they support social behaviors differently, and how?These technologies sustain more or less social places - Online spaces separate from offline spaces - how does the architecture of online spaces inform social behaviors
  4. Typica u&g, outcome variableAsked questions about how people use facebookAsked questions about personality factors and demographicsAnd about habits – mobility, life satisfaction, economic securityRelaxing entertainment and habitual passtime – new kind of sociability, in the past….activity, extroversion, talkinghighest correlations noted between companionship and escapism (r = .45), companionship and relaxing entertainment (r = .40), escapism and habitual pass time (r = .43), and escapism and relaxing entertainment (r = .44), p < .001. Challenges understanding of activity and involvement, not that those have been that solid to begin withThose social use it to sustain strong ties with familyThose mobile use it to sustain weak ties – remotePeople do not distinguish between reasons why, use it fulfill a number of needs, some information, some social, some that used to be met by other media (I will hear of late breaking news via facebook or tweeter, before I hear from anywhere else)Sociability exercised from comfort of ones own couchNot fixed
  5. Culture of posing for the camera inhome mode, home made photos, enables an analysis of the semiology of photos
  6. A semiotic and discourse analysis of college student photo albums and the associated comments reveals that photography is integral to student identity formation. Photographs are used to demonstrate the existence of friendship groups and their cohesiveness and independence from family. Further, photographs and the camera are a almost required element of college life. Events and relationships are made real through the involvement of a camera. The vast majority of the images demonstrate a clear awareness of the camera by being posed, in addition the demonstrate behavior produced specifically for the camera. Comments reinforce this relationship. The photographs are used to spark conversation for those present at the making of thew photographs and for those who missed out. Contextual elements, through backgrounds, are de-emphasized, suggesting the the primacy of the human relationships and the existing knowledge in the head of viewers required for decoding the images. Facebook images are clearly meant for a closed group, reinforcing membership and cohesiveness. One must be a member to understand the full-meaning and by recognizing the meaning one gains a greater sense of membership.  Facebook photo albums ≠ all photos. Student use Facebook to play out college lives to/for each otherSpeaking to each other visually, publicallyThe outfits /locations change, the poses/people don’t Meaning exists in viewers’ mindsPrimacy of relationships“Proven” by quantity & nature of picsEvents important only because of experiences w/ friendsSuspended sociality
  7. Facebook: carefully crafted statements, that mean different things to different people, but you communicate your social status by friend selection, and attitude toward the mediumEasy to pick out celebrities, arrivistas, etcLinked in: symbolizes professional code of ethic, and a western, rather US based dogma of professionalismSmallworld:act of joining is a status statement in and of itselfTight and loose structures --- Goffman
  8. Expression and connection - identity and community once focal points of inquiry, problematic, frequently imposed with western biases of how they are practiced, no longer as relevant, all studies show that it is by expression and connection – Identity is performative – not a new idea, when has identity NOT been performative - augmented though, with these technologies, people are drawn to these technologies because of the ‘theater’ associated with it, or microcelebrit potential – that is what the narcissistic results point toward, not that we are more narcissistic, but we look for (more) theater in our livesSociability to the network and via the network – structured around social performances that must make sense to several audiences without compromising our sense of who we arePrivacy at the expense of sociality – always been the case, but now even more so - lose ownership of that social conversation, lose autonomy to determine balance between privacy and socialitySense of self reflexive – again not new, but we are seeing all the attributes of Western modernity especially pronounced – understandable, as these are platforms that shape and are shaped by our communicative routines.This means that we change edit adjust our behaviors in response to situations – not new, but available through a different platform. The challenge for us as researchers is to study these with theories and methods that apply – a remediation of theory