Digital Identity and Everyday Activism: Sharing Private Stories with Networked Publics (Palgrave Studies in Communication for Social Change) (Hardcover)
This book reinvigorates the space between scholarly texts on self-representation, voice and agency and practical field-guides to community media and digital storytelling. It offers reflection on the ethical praxis of co-creative media, and an indispensable suite of digitally savvy representation strategies, pertinent to modern people everywhere.
Sonja Vivienne lectures in Digital Media at Flinders University of South Australia, Australia. Her research focuses on digitally mediated self-representation, online activism and storytelling among networked publics. She has a background in media production, working with marginalised communities towards social change.