Social Media in Southeast Italy.
Why We Post.
UCL Press: London, UK.
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Why is social media in southeast Italy so predictable when it is used by such a range of different people? This book describes the impact of social media on the population of a town in the southern region of Puglia, Italy. Razvan Nicolescu spent 15 months living among the town’s residents, exploring what it means to be an individual on social media. He pays special attention to the ability of users to craft their appearance in relation to collective ideals, values and social positions, and how this feature of social media has, for the residents of the town, become a moral obligation.
|Title:||Social Media in Southeast Italy|
|Open access status:||An open access version is available from UCL Discovery|
|Keywords:||Religion, Family, Social Media, Italy, Landscape, Conformity|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences|
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