Marching amongst Friends: Exploring social interactions through the carnivalesque of zombie marching and practices of sharing on Facebook
Much of the research on social interactivity with use of new internet technologies has focused on how these technologies are changing us and our ways of interacting. One perspective within this literature has demonstrated a tendency to polarize and criticize social interactions according to whether they occur on the internet or in face-to-face settings. Fearing the sociality the internet generates, this perspectives’ outlook has ramifications for the way we understand our social interactions...[Show more]
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