Social Privacy in Networked Publics: Teens Attitudes, Practices, and Strategies
Boyd, Danah and Marwick, Alice. E (2011) Social Privacy in Networked Publics: Teens Attitudes, Practices, and Strategies. pp. 1-29. In: Proceedings of the A DECADE IN INTERNET TIME: OII SYMPOSIUM ON THE DYNAMICS OF THE INTERNET AND SOCIETY, 21 - 24 September 2011, University of Oxford.
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This paper examines how teens understand privacy in highly public networked environments like Facebook and Twitter. We describe both teensâ�� practices, their privacy strategies, and the structural conditions in which they are embedded, highlighting the ways in which privacy, as it plays out in everyday life, is related more to agency and the ability to control a social situation than particular properties of information. Finally, we discuss the implications of teensâ�� practices and strategies, revealing the importance of social norms as a regulatory force.
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