Our Online Identities and the Price Tag of the Social Capital tied to them…

The Army is no longer the only place where you can “be all you want to be”, you can now do that on social media also. The below podcast will explore the capital tied to social networking sites, and how that shapes the identities of predominately young impressionable adults.

Take a listen…https://soundcloud.com/user-540141069/our-online-identities-the-price-on-social-capital

The Cost of an Online Identity

Podcast Resources:

Ihlen, O. Fredriksson, M. (2018) Public Relations and Social Theory: Key Figures, Concepts and Developments. New York, N.Y. Taylor & Francis Group. 

Ling, R. (2008). New Tech, New Ties: How Mobile Communication is Reshaping Social Cohesion. Cambridge, M.A. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Turkle, S. (2011). Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less From Each Other (3rd ed.). New York: Basic Books. 

Wright, K. B., & Webb, L. M. (2011). Computer-mediated communication in personal relationships. New York: Peter Lang.

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