Lecture 1 Notes
Lecture 1 Notes HIST 1312-003
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Lecture 1 August 30, 2016 Humanity: What does it mean to be human? Does technology reshape our humanity or does it extend our humanity? Do we become more human? Does the Study of social media deepen our understanding of humanity? Does social media fracture our assumed distinction between “reality” and “fiction”? Anthropological perspective What social media has become in each Place and the local consequences, including local evaluations 15 months of research during which time most of the anthropologists lived, worked, and interacted with people in the local language Social Media is a Place It is a study of what people post and communicate through platforms, of why we post and the consequences of those postings Social media as another place in which people live, alongside their office life, home life, and community life. How the world changed social media is also about how social media changed the world. Sociality and the Scalable Sociality The core to the study of social science is the way in which people associate with each other to form social relations and societies. This is called sociality. The best way to define what is popularly called social media but also includes prior media is thus to describe the new situation as increasingly scalable sociality. Internet With the development of the internet, this polarization between public and private media started to change Public broadcasting and the private dyadic We can envisage two key scales. The first is the scale from the most private to the most public. The second is the scale from the smallest group to the largest groups.
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