Archive for May, 2015

A paper I originally wrote for the ANZCA conference which was held at Swinburne University in Melbourne last year has just been published in the Australian edition of the Global Media Journal as part of a special issue comprised of papers from the conference.

ANZCA 2014 had papers from about 250 scholars, and I was thrilled to be approached by the conference organisers who asked to publish mine in this special edition.

You can find the journal here and my paper here. It’s  primarily a discussion of how we might understand the notion of sociality being advance in the phrase ‘social media,’ if we look beyond the hype and marketing slogans which claim that social media makes the world more connected, collaborative and democratic.

Here’s the Abstract:

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