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MEANING AND IDENTITY IN CYBERSPACE: THE PERFORMANCE OF GENDER, CLASS, AND RACE ONLINE

L. KENDALL

MEANING AND IDENTITY IN CYBERSPACE: THE PERFORMANCE OF GENDER, CLASS, AND RACE ONLINE

by L. KENDALL

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Published in SYMBOLIC INTERACTION, V.212SUMMER 1998, PG.129-153 .
Written in English


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Identity definition, the state or fact of remaining the same one or ones, as under varying aspects or conditions: The identity of the fingerprints on the gun with those on file provided evidence that he was the killer. See more. A gender role, also known as a sex role, is a social role encompassing a range of behaviors and attitudes that are generally considered acceptable, appropriate, or desirable for a person based on that person's biological or perceived sex. Gender roles are usually centered on conceptions of masculinity and femininity, although there are exceptions and variations.

Week 6 Foundations for Studying Race, Gender and the Media – Theory Everyday. 02/12 T: Lind – Laying a Foundation for Studying Race, Gender, and the Media-Gorham – The Social Psychology of Stereotypes: Implications for Media Audiences. Race After the Internet – Introduction. 02/14 R: LGBT Identity and Online New Media – Introduction. It presents research and theory that embed human action in social, cultural and interpersonal contexts. The book provides conceptual tools for thinking about gender, social categorization, human meaning-making, and culture. It also describes a family of interpretative research methods that focus on rich talk and everyday life.

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MEANING AND IDENTITY IN CYBERSPACE: THE PERFORMANCE OF GENDER, CLASS, AND RACE ONLINE by L. KENDALL Download PDF EPUB FB2

Meaning and’ Identity in “Cyberspace”: The Performance of Gender, Class, and Race Online Lori Kendall University of California, Davis This article explores issues of gendered, classed and raced identities using examples drawn from my research on a type of online forum known as a mud.

Katsh, M. Ethan, Cybertime, Cyberspace, and Cyberlaw, Journal of Online Law. Kendall, Lori () Meaning and Identity in "Cyberspace": The Performance of Gender, Class, and Race Online' Symbolic Interaction 21 (2)'. Meaning and Identity in “Cyberspace”: The Performance of Gender, Class, and Race Online.

Lori Kendall; Pages: ; First Published: 22 December ; Abstract; Book Review. Pages: ; First Published: 22 December ; First Page; Full text PDF PDF Request permissions. Doing Gender in Cyberspace - the performance of gender by female World of Warcraft players Article (PDF Available) in Convergence 17(3) August with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The study also explores the role that social identities, including race and gender, play in these associations. Online surveys were administered to sixth through twelfth graders in K-8, middle and high schools.

Multiple regression results revealed that discrimination online was associated with all three outcome by: 9. Race, gender, sexuality, and other indicators of difference are made up of ongoing processes of meaning-making, performance, and enactment.

For instance, racialization in a technologically mediated global context is nuanced by how class, gender, geography. Abstract. After reviewing the literature on online identity construction and developing a set of theory-based hypotheses, this chapter employs a novel combination of survey data and game-generated behavioral logs to examine gender swapping in EverQuest swapping is defined as a difference between the gender reported by the player in the survey from the gender of the player’s.

collective identities, as they give meaning to gender, ethnic, national, age, occupational and many other social identity categories (Reid & Deaux, ). Deconstructing the Politics of Identity and Representation in Cyberspace: Implications for Online Education: /ch The term cyberspace has come to represent the virtual space in which people surf the Web, send and receive email, chat with strangers, or instant message.

The book provides a theoretical introduction to the relationship between identity and place from psychological, sociological, and geographical perspectives. Although the empirical focus is on how women’s identities are constructed in and through places, the book proves useful to the study of identity formation more generally.

work on identity: identity and social inequalities particularly as expressed in race and ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and other systems of social stratification; research on how these multiple identities intersect; identities based on locational indicators such as geography, place, cyberspace; questions of the (in)stability of identities.

Reconfiguring Class, Gender, Ethnicity and Ethics in Chinese Internet Culture is a rigorous work that casts light on the promises and struggles the Internet has brought about in contemporary China. It deftly and compellingly unveils the heterogeneous world of Chinese cyberspace, where a plethora of sociocultural images and discourses.

Unlike race or family, this is a part of my identity that I chose to take part in. Similar to many people, I have been judged before because of parts of my identity, such as being biracial (half African-American and half Caucasian), or coming from a low-income family, and unfortunately, my religion is another part of my identity that others.

The dominant cyberfeminist perspective takes a utopian view of cyberspace and the Internet as a means of freedom from social constructs such as gender, sex difference and race. For instance, a description of the concept described it as a struggle to be aware of the impact of new technologies on the lives of women as well as the so-called.

Content analyses of media demonstrate that there are patterns for how race, gender and social class are presented. For example, research on the content of television reveals that a. during prime time the majority of television characters are women. Hispanics have caught up with whites and are now equally well-represented on television.

While gender, culture, and identities have been critiqued from neo-Marxist, postmodernist, poststructuralist, and postcolonial perspectives, issues of race address power, identity, subjectivity, and social (in)justice, which are vital to all aspects of second language education.

Diamandaki, K. Virtual ethnicity and digital diasporas: Identity construction in cyberspace. Global Media Journal, 2(2).

Meaning and identity in “cyberspace”: The performance of gender, class, and race online. Symbolic Interaction, 21(2), –   The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life is a book that was published in the U.S.

inwritten by sociologist Erving it, Goffman uses the imagery of theater in order to portray the nuances and significance of face-to-face social interaction. Gender & Women’s Studies. Digital Humanities. Links from Wernimont NITLE presentation.

Women Writers Project. Race in cyberspace Beth E. Kolko, Lisa Nakamura, Gilbert B. Rodman (editors) Groundbreaking and timely, Race in Cyberspace brings to light the important yet vastly overlooked intersection of race and cyberspace. West, Candace, and Sarah Fenstermaker, "Accountability in Action: The Accomplishment of Gender, Race and Class in a Meeting of the University of California Board of Regents." Discourse & Society, 13, #4 (): =Accountability in Whiteley, Sheila, ed.

Sexing the Groove: Popular Music and Gender.Madonna's Performance Raunch Culture Gender in Cyberspace The Question of Audiences Summary Television, Texts and Audiences Gaming and Identity Cyberspace Race Playing Multiple Identities Cyberfeminism Cyborg Manifesto Class, Gender, Race The Self-Damnation of the Working Class.BOOK RELEASES Background: Datafication of identity from the U.S.

Census; enumerators for ‘color or “Meaning and identity in ‘cyberspace’: The performance of gender, class, and race online.” Symbolic Interact no. 2: YARIMAR BONILLA, & MAX HANTEL, VISUALIZING SOVEREIGNTY: CARTOGRAPHIC QUERIES FOR THE.