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Youth 2.0: Social Media and Adolescence

Connecting, Sharing and Empowering

Paperback Engels 2018 9783319802350
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This book grasps the duality between opportunities and risks which arise from children’s and adolescents’ social media use. It investigates the following main themes, from a multidisciplinary perspective: identity, privacy, risks and empowerment. Social media have become an integral part of young people’s lives. While social media offer adolescents opportunities for identity and relational development, adolescents might also be confronted with some threats. The first part of this book deals with how young people use social media to express their developing identity. The second part revolves around the disclosure of personal information on social network sites, and concentrates on the tension between online self-disclosure and privacy. The final part deepens specific online risks young people are confronted with and suggests solutions by describing how children and adolescents can be empowered to cope with online risks. By emphasizing these different, but intertwined topics, this book provides a unique overview of research resulting from different academic disciplines such as Communication Studies, Education, Psychology and Law. The outstanding researchers that contribute to the different chapters apply relevant theories, report on topical research, discuss practical solutions and reveal important emerging issues that could lead future research agendas.


Uitgever:Springer International Publishing


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Part I. Identity: Online Identity Construction and Expression.- Who Do You Think You Are? Examining the Off/Online Identities of Adolescents Using a Social Networking Site; Janette Hughes, Laura Morrison and Stephanie Thompson.- An ‘Open Source’ Networked Identity. On Young People’s Construction and Co-construction of Identity on Social Network Sites; Malene Charlotte Larsen.- Profile Image: Ways of Self-(re)presentation on the Facebook Social Network; Rocío Rueda O and Diana Giraldo.- Digital Divides in the Era of Widespread Internet Access: Migrant Youth Negotiating Hierarchies in Digital Culture ; Koen Leurs.- Agentive Students Using Social Media - Spatial Positionings and Engagement in ‘Space2cre8’; Ola Erstad.- Part II. Privacy: Balancing Self-disclosure & Privacy Concerns.- The Paradoxes of Online Privacy; Sabine Trepte.- The Role of Informational Norms on Social Network Sites;  Wouter Martinus Petrus Steijn.- iDisclose: Applications of Privacy Management Theory to Children, Adolescents and Emerging Adults ; Stephen Cory Robinson.- Part III. Risks & Empowerment; Supporting & Empowering Youth.- Social Relations: Risks and Harm.- Exploring How Youth Use Social Media to Communicate Signs and Symptoms of Depression and Suicidal Ideation; Jennifer L. Laffier.- Compulsive Use of Social Networking Sites Among Secondary School Adolescents in Belgium; Jolien Vangeel, Rozane De Cock, Annabelle Klein, Pascal Minotte, Omar Rosas and Gert-Jan Meerkerk.- (Cyber)bullying Perpetration as an Impulsive, Angry Reaction Following (Cyber)bullying Victimisation?; Sara Pabian and Heidi Vandebosch.- Changing Unsafe Behaviour on Social Network Sites. Collaborative Learning vs. Individual Reflection; Ellen Vanderhoven, Tammy Schellens and Martin Valcke.- Empowering Children Through Labelling in Social Networks: Illusion or Solution?; Ellen Wauters, Eva Lievens and Peggy Valcke.   

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