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    Humans R Social Media - 2024 "Living Book" Edition

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    Diana Daly, University of Arizona

    Jacquie Kuru, University of Arizona

    Alexandria Fripp, University of Arizona

    Nathan Schneider, University of Colorado Boulder

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    Publisher: The University of Arizona

    Language: English

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    Reviews prior to 2024 are for a previous edition.

    Reviewed by Kryss Shane, Affiliate, Metropolitan State University of Denver on 6/15/22

    There is a lot of coverage of terms and details within this book. I wish there'd been more focus on the hate and doxxing aspects and the real repercussions of hateful messaging on the receiver, but I know this can only be so long a book! read more

    Reviewed by LaDonna Aiken, Broadcast Specialist, University of Texas at Arlington on 6/28/21

    While this text does a nice job covering several aspects of social media, beginning with defining it and then diving into various ways it is used and why, I felt there could have been more information on the art and creativity aspect of social... read more

    Table of Contents

    • Preface: About this Book
    • Inviting Coauthors in Shared Governance of this OER Textbook
    • Introduction
    • Mainbody
      • Identity
      • Old to New Media
      • Regulation
      • Privacy and Publics
      • Algorithms
      • Equity and Gender
      • Activism
      • Memes
      • Information
      • Relationships
      • Our Transformed Selves
      • Art
      • Wellness
    • ¡Voices Media Collections
      • Gallery of ¡Voices Graphic Profile Pictures
      • Gallery of Audio Stories
      • Gallery of Video Stories
      • Gallery of Memes
      • Gallery of episodes of the Social Media & Ourselves Podcast
      • Thank you to the students who openly licensed the work included in our collections
    • Core Concepts (a Glossary)
    • Guidelines and Template for Contributing a Chapter to HRSM
    • Conclusion

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    About the Book

    Social media and humans exist in a world of mutual influence, and humans play central roles in how this influence is mediated and transferred. Originally created by University of Arizona Information scholar Diana Daly, this 2024 "living book" edition of Humans R Social Media welcomes additional authors and features contributions by students to help readers understand how we as humans shape social media, and how social media shapes our world in turn.

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    Diana Daly, University of Arizona

    Jacquie Kuru, University of Arizona

    Alexandria Fripp, University of Arizona

    Nathan Schneider, University of Colorado Boulder

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