2016
DOI: 10.5559/di.25.1.08
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T. V. Reed: Digitized Lives. Culture, Power and Social Change in the Internet Era

Abstract: sumption that generally seems to be missing from the available literature (p. 8). I would highly recommend this book to those interested in the interrelationships between consumers and labour processes as this study offers a deeper understanding of how labour and consumption are interconnected in the practice of everyday life. By succeeding to document and make sense of the experiences and world views of those who lived in both socialism and in more contemporary times, Hofman effectively shows how women negoti… Show more

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“…The initial identity "freedom" offered by the internet has, over time, led to a greater convergence between offline and online identities (Hongladarom, 2011;Markham, 2016) and enhanced possibilities for identity regulation (Poletti and Rak, 2014). Digital cultures, long heralded as spaces of belonging and self-expression, have increasingly been used and appropriated by corporations, extending their control to private spheres (Reed, 2018). In this new world, public institutions often exploit the wealth of available data to surveil, evaluate and control the online identities of employees and other stakeholders (Martínez-Béjar and Brändle, 2018).…”
Section: Three Moments In Critical Research On Online Identitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The initial identity "freedom" offered by the internet has, over time, led to a greater convergence between offline and online identities (Hongladarom, 2011;Markham, 2016) and enhanced possibilities for identity regulation (Poletti and Rak, 2014). Digital cultures, long heralded as spaces of belonging and self-expression, have increasingly been used and appropriated by corporations, extending their control to private spheres (Reed, 2018). In this new world, public institutions often exploit the wealth of available data to surveil, evaluate and control the online identities of employees and other stakeholders (Martínez-Béjar and Brändle, 2018).…”
Section: Three Moments In Critical Research On Online Identitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The digital world is a general picture that is closely related to the modernization that is happening today and is related to the devices in it, as well as a place for humans to carry out activities. The development of the digital era is a development that occurs in society in a new life (new planet) with the existence of internet networks, digital devices, digital applications or platforms, social media, making it easier for all activities and work in daily life (Reed, 2018). In today's digital world, couriers are a vital component in online business and a promising profession.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%