PRESENCE, PRIVACY, AND PSEUDONYMITY

  • Sonja Vivienne University of Queensland
  • Tama Leaver Curtin University
  • Brady Robards University of Tasmania
  • Emily van der Nagel Swinburne Institute of Technology

Abstract

This panel seeks to map the intersections and contradictions evident among communities and individuals at the cutting edge of negotiations over digital, networked ‘presence’. Presence has multiple definitions - the fact of existing or being present; a person or thing that exists but is not seen; a group of people exerting an influence in a particular time or place; and finally the impressive manner or appearance of a person. These variations in meaning reveal issues at the heart of digitally mediated life.

Published
2014-10-31
How to Cite
Vivienne, S., Leaver, T., Robards, B., & van der Nagel, E. (2014). PRESENCE, PRIVACY, AND PSEUDONYMITY. AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 4. https://doi.org/10.5210/spir.v4i0.8798
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