”Digital Culture?”

De/stabilizing the “Digital Generation”

Bidragets oversatte titel: "Digital kultur?": De/stabilisering af den "digitale generation"

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Resumé

Abstract: This article describes how human body boundaries are destabilized to include ’digital-technology-as-connectivity’ by simultaneously becoming entangled with and immersed in an ephemeral digital realm. Blending Karen Barad’s Agential Realism and understandings of subjectivity from German-Danish Critical Psychology to investigate how human subjects are created, changed and maintained, we will re-conceptualize Communities of Practice as Affinity Spaces and enact an allegory to destabilize the “virtual-real” dichotomy often reproduced in literature discussing a new and special ‘Digital Generation’.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftSubjectivity: international journal of critical psychology
Antal sider23
ISSN1755-6341
StatusUnder udarbejdelse - 2019

Emneord

  • Digital kultur
  • agential realisme
  • affinity spaces
  • Ungdom
  • Emergerende subjektiviteter
  • subjektivitet
  • sociale medier
  • IKT
  • digital divide
  • digital literacy
  • digitale medier

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