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Definition

A networked public is a group of actors connected in a publicly accessible way.

Teen Socialization Practices in Networked Publics

Talk by danah boyd. MacArthur Forum. 23 April 2008.

Why Youth Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life

By danah boyd University of California, Berkeley, School of Information. boyd, danah. “Why Youth (heart) Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life." Youth, Identity, and Digital Media. Edited by David Buckingham. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2008. 119–142. doi: 10.1162/dmal.9780262524834.119. Copyright: ␣c 2008 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Published under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works Unported 3.0 license.

Networked Publics (Book)

Edited by Kazys Varnelis

"Digital media and network technologies are now part of everyday life. The Internet has become the backbone of communication, commerce, and media; the ubiquitous mobile phone connects us with others as it removes us from any stable sense of location. Along with this, the public is transforming. The mass media and mass audience analyzed by the Frankfurt School are long past. Today we inhabit multiple, overlapping and global networks such as user forums, Facebook, Flickr, blogs, and wikis. The media industry which just a decade ago seemed well-established, is in flux, facing its greatest challenge ever".[1]

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References

  1. http://networkedpublics.org/