[Air-L] "Infancy Online" special issue of Social Media + Society now online!
tamaleaver at gmail.com
Wed Jun 7 01:51:43 PDT 2017
The 'Infancy Online' special issue of Social Media + Society, co-edited by
Bjorn Nansen and me, is now available online:
Infancy Online: An Introduction
Tama Leaver, Bjorn Nansen.
BabyVeillance? Expecting Parents, Online Surveillance and the Cultural
Specificity of Pregnancy Apps
Intimate Surveillance: Normalizing Parental Monitoring and Mediation of
Images of Breastfeeding on Instagram: Self-Representation, Publicness, and
Mothering on Facebook: Exploring the Privacy/Openness Paradox
Charlotte Chalklen and Heather Anderson.
Mummy Blogs and Representations of Motherhood: “Bad Mummies” and Their
YouTube Kids: The App Economy and Mobile Parenting
#familygoals: Family Influencers, Calibrated Amateurism, and Justifying
Young Digital Labor
As always SM+S is open access, so every article is free to read and access
Bjorn and I would like to thank to Zizi Papacharissi for supporting our
special issue, Stacy Blasiola for all the behind the scenes wrangling to
get all the papers actually published, everyone who took part as a peer
reviewer, ensuring these papers were the best they could possibly be, and
thanks as well to all our fabulous contributors. This is an issue which
really highlights an important emerging area looking at how very young
people are being portrayed, surveyed, datafied and performed online!
Associate Professor Tama Leaver
Department of Internet Studies
Faculty of Humanities, MCCA, Curtin University
GPO Box U1987 Perth WA Australia 6845
Ph: (+61 8) 9266 1258
Email: t.leaver at curtin.edu.au
CRICOS Provider Code: 00301J (WA)
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