Living and Learning with Social Media

  • Mark
  • apr 2009
  • 611
*First, I want to make it VERY clear that sociality has learning implications. Youth engage with others to work out boundaries, to understand norms. This is how they learn power and authority, how they learn the networked architecture of everyday life. It's easy to eschew this, to argue that this is irrelevant, but most people spend a decent amount of their time working through social issues as a part of being an adult in this society. We talk about it as "politics" usually but it's about people. And teen years are where this is worked out.* Geweldig verhaal van Danah Boyd over tieners, Facebook, MySpace en Social Media (en onderwijs)

"Living and Learning with Social Media"

http://www.danah.org/papers/talks/PennState2009...

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