Monthly archive for June2016

“They like to see what they can’t see”: Image sharing on Facebook as a social practice

“They like to see what they can’t see”: Image sharing on Facebook as a social practice

This blog post is the third of three that details the main findings from Imaging Sheffield — an ethnographic study that formed part of the Picturing the Social project at the Visual Social Media Lab. The aim of the Imaging Sheffield study was to find out some…

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“Here I am… this is my experience”: Instagram and the depiction of campus life

“Here I am… this is my experience”: Instagram and the depiction of campus life

This blog post is the second of three that details the main findings from Imaging Sheffield — an ethnographic study that formed part of the Picturing the Social project at the Visual Social Media Lab. The aim of the Imaging Sheffield study was to find out some…

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Cows on Twitter: Location Specific Narratives Enacted Through Visual Social Media

Cows on Twitter: Location Specific Narratives Enacted Through Visual Social Media

This blog post is the first of three that details the main findings from Imaging Sheffield — an ethnographic study that formed part of the Picturing the Social project at the Visual Social Media Lab. The aim of the Imaging Sheffield study was to find out some…

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