Social networking and self-disclosure
Yesterday at the annual conference of British Sociological Association, I presented the latest results of the work I am doing with Antonio A. Casilli on the “End-of-Privacy” hypothesis and social media. Our presentation is accessible here.
The boundaries between public and private are moving, all the more so in the Web 2.0 era -and we are investigating the social scenarios that might arise from apparently changing individual attitudes and behaviours.
We are also building a new blog on privacy and social media, where we will post all relevant information in future.
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Tags: Agent-based models, Ethnography, Mixed methods, Network Analysis, Social simulation, social theory, Sociology, Web, Web-based social networks
I am an economic sociologist with interest in social networks and their impact on markets, organisations, consumer choice and health.
My research also includes work in social science methodology and data.
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