[Air-L] Social Networking in everyday life

Judy Rice RiceJA at familysearch.org
Thu Nov 18 17:59:07 PST 2010


Greg,

I enjoyed Naomi Baron's Always On: Language in an Online and Mobile World.  She has intriguing research/discussion on the effects new technologies are having on our communications and relationships.

Judy Cossel Rice
Retired UX Engineer
FamilySearch

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Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 13:20:35 -0700
From: Greg Wise <Greg.Wise at asu.edu>
To: "Air-L at listserv.aoir.org" <Air-L at listserv.aoir.org>
Subject: [Air-L] Social Networking in everyday life
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Hi folks,
I've got a grad student looking for resources on the ways social network sites like Facebook get integrated into people's everyday practices and routines. She's looked to the usual sources (such as danah boyd's work and online bibliography, PEW studies, etc.) but isn't finding much beyond that. There's tons of stuff about what people do on these sites (identity construction, relationships, etc.), and broader social and cultural implications (community, democracy), but few teasing out the everyday practice. Does that make sense?  Any ideas?

Cheers,

Greg

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