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Mediating identity narratives : a case study in queer digital storytelling as everyday activism
Digital Stories are short autobiographical documentaries, often illustrated with personal photographs and narrated in the first person, and typically produced in group workshops. As a media form they offer ‘ordinary people’ ...
The Digital Storyteller's Stage: Queer Everyday Activists Negotiating Privacy and Publicness
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
This article explores how queer digital storytellers understand and mobilize concepts of privacy and publicness as they engage in everyday activism through creating and sharing personal stories designed to contribute to ...
Shouting from the Rooftops: Queer Digital Storytelling for Social Impact
(Peter Lang Publishin Inc., 2011)
The Remediation of the Personal Photograph and the Politics of Self-representation in Digital Storytelling
(SAGE Publications, 2013)
Over the past couple of decades, the cultural field formerly known as ‘domestic’, and later ‘personal’ photography has been remediated and transformed as part of the social web, with its convergence of personal expression, ...
Mediating Influences: Problematising facilitated digital self-representation
(Aarhus University, Department of Aesthetics and Communication, 2014)
While Digital Storytelling has been lauded as an exemplary model of participatory cultural citizenship (particularly in initiatives for and with marginalised people), many mediating influences make ‘authentic’ self-representation ...
Trans Digital Storytelling: Everyday Activism, Mutable Identity and the Problem of Visibility
(Australian Psychological Society, 2011)
Mainstream representations of trans people typically run the gamut from victim to mentally ill and are almost always articulated by non-trans voices. The era of user-generated digital content and participatory culture has ...
Networked Identity Work as Project Development Among Co-Creative Communities
(Faculty of Humanities, Curtin University, 2013)
Networked identity work is the conscious negotiation or co-creation of identity, enacted by speaking and listening across differences among multiple publics, including those real and imagined, familiar and unknown, on and ...
Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) as a tool for digital citizenship: preliminary surveys in India and Australia
(Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, 2014)
This article explores the links between Digital Citizenship and e-literacy initiatives that use Free and Open Source Software (henceforth referred to as FOSS). We present early hypotheses arising from initial surveys ...