Who Am I? – The Case of Caste Related Profiles on Facebook
Fri, 11 Apr 2014 04:29:49 +0000
The above cartoon says it all. There are quite a few cases here in my field site as well as in the villages closer to it where this sort of double existence on Social Networking Sites (SNS) seems natural and required. The thinking being that this was the right thing to do in order [...]Read more...
UCL Social Networking Sites & Social Science Research Project
A research project dedicated to understanding the implications of social media for humankind. Read more
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Nine researchers conducting simultaneous ethnographies on social media use in countries across the world. Read more
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The UCL Social Networking Sites & Social Science Research Project based at the UCL Department of Anthropology is dedicated to understanding the implications of social media use for global humankind and society, and explaining their significance for the future of the social sciences.
Global Social Media Impact Study
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