A surveillance state produces more suspect individuals. Even if you’re not ‘suspect,’ are you OK with marginalizing everyone who is?
danah boyd (born Danah Michele Mattas) also known as Danah Michele Boyd, is an American social media researcher known for her public commentary on the use of social networking sites by youth. A 2009 article in Fast Company named boyd one of the most influential women in technology. It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens (Unabridged) Danah Boyd Genre: Technology Price: $21.95 Publish Date: February 7, 2014 Preview: © 2014 Audible Studios
The following is the second part of an exchange between myself, danah boyd, and Mimi Ito, intended to mark the occasion of the publication of our book, Participatory Culture in a Networked Era, which is being released this month by Polity. Henry: All three of us are finding ourselves collaborating more and more with quantitative researchers, so in what ways might the findings of more humanistic research help to inform the kinds of data we collect and publish about young people and their media u....show text
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Participatory Culture in a Networked Era -- A new book by Mimi Ito, danah boyd, and Henry Jenkins -- is out today. - Connected Learning - Google+
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Book Summary of It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by Danah Boyd. In her novel, It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens, Danah Boyd exposes the misconceptions people may have on the way teenagers use social media platforms. She reveals the truth behind how teenagers identify themselves on the internet, she addresses the issue of privacy and dangers of the online world and also explains if today’s youth are digital natives. Firstly, Boyd introduces a teenarger’.....show text