RTF 305 Week 13 Lecture Notes
RTF 305 Week 13 Lecture Notes RTF 305
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cassidy Schap on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RTF 305 at University of Texas at Austin taught by Joseph Straubhaar in Fall 2014. Since its upload, it has received 46 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Media Studies in Film at University of Texas at Austin.
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Date Created: 09/27/15
Social media part 1 Social media facilitate and incr interactivity How does internet affect interpersonal relationships Concerns over loss of face to face interaction disintegration of community social isolation false identities Similar concerns with all new communication tech lnternet originally promised anonymity identity experiments lmpacy of social connectivity from grade school to college Much easier to stay in touch w family and friends but much easier to be monitored by family and friends You have a personal scrapbook and record stretching back to childhood but your prospective boss can see your junior high you on your timeline New friends can get to know you quickly but it s hard to reinvent yourself Didn39t all start w facebook social networks were changing before Telegraph expanded contacts mobility lncr carair travel incr personal commercial and internatl contacts Households turned from groups to social nets as single adult households rise Structured organization social civic work being replace by looser network Mass culture shifting to fragmented diverse culture w more channels devices Work more exible officeless Potential roles less bounded by gender ethnicity etc Need to think about your presentation of self Ppl are not in groups but really in networks Act independently but really act in networks Think they think independently but really think in nets Social media part 2