[Air-L] Social Networking in everyday life

Dan Perkel dperkel at ischool.berkeley.edu
Thu Nov 18 12:58:48 PST 2010

Hi Greg,

Can explain, by example, the kinds of things that you are looking for but
are not finding?



Dan Perkel
PhD Candidate
School of Information, Berkeley Center for New Media
UC Berkeley

On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 12:20 PM, Greg Wise <Greg.Wise at asu.edu> wrote:

> 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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