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#identity : hashtagging race, gender, sexuality, and nation / Abigail De Kosnik and Keith P. Feldman, editors

Contributor(s): De Kosnik, Abigail [editor] | Feldman, Keith P [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2019Description: 1 online resource (365 pages) : color illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780472901098.Subject(s): Mass media and minorities -- United States | Group identity -- United States | Online social networks -- Political aspects -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic booksOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
1. Is Twitter a stage? : theories of social media platforms as performance spaces
Part I. Black Twitter futures
2. #OnFleek : authorship, interpellation, and the black femme prowess of Black Twitter
3. “You Ok Sis?” : black vernacular, community formation, and the innate tensions of the hashtag
4. #SandraBland’s mystery : a transmedia story of police brutality
5. Creating and imagining black futures through Afrofuturism
6. Ferguson blues : a conversation with Rev. Osagyefo Sekou
Part II. Mediated intersections
7. Confused cats and postfeminist performance
8. #WhyIStayed : virtual survivor-centered spaces for transformation and abolishing partner violence
9. #gentrification, cultural erasure, and the (im)possibilities of digital queer gestures
10. Hashtag television : on-screen branding, secondscreen viewing, and emerging modes of television audience interaction
Part III. Disavowals
11. Hashtag rhetoric : #AllLivesMatter and the production of post-racial affect
12. #CancelColbert : popular outrage, divo citizenship, and digital political performativity
13. #nohomo : homophobic Twitter hashtags, straight masculinity, and networks of queer disavowal
Part IV. Twitter international
14. “Is Twitter for celebrities only?” : a qualitative study of Twitter use in India
15. Reterritorializing Twitter : African moments, 2010–2015
16. #IfAfricaWasABar : participation on Twitter across African borders
17. Beyond hashtags : Black Twitter and building solidarity across borders
Part V. Notes from the color of new media
18. The color of new media enters Trumplandia
19. The color of new media responds to UC Berkeley’s “Free Speech Week”
Note(s):
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Is Twitter a stage? : theories of social media platforms as performance spaces

Part I. Black Twitter futures

2. #OnFleek : authorship, interpellation, and the black femme prowess of Black Twitter

3. “You Ok Sis?” : black vernacular, community formation, and the innate tensions of the hashtag

4. #SandraBland’s mystery : a transmedia story of police brutality

5. Creating and imagining black futures through Afrofuturism

6. Ferguson blues : a conversation with Rev. Osagyefo Sekou

Part II. Mediated intersections

7. Confused cats and postfeminist performance

8. #WhyIStayed : virtual survivor-centered spaces for transformation and abolishing partner violence

9. #gentrification, cultural erasure, and the (im)possibilities of digital queer gestures

10. Hashtag television : on-screen branding, secondscreen viewing, and emerging modes of television audience interaction

Part III. Disavowals

11. Hashtag rhetoric : #AllLivesMatter and the production of post-racial affect

12. #CancelColbert : popular outrage, divo citizenship, and digital political performativity

13. #nohomo : homophobic Twitter hashtags, straight masculinity, and networks of queer disavowal

Part IV. Twitter international

14. “Is Twitter for celebrities only?” : a qualitative study of Twitter use in India

15. Reterritorializing Twitter : African moments, 2010–2015

16. #IfAfricaWasABar : participation on Twitter across African borders

17. Beyond hashtags : Black Twitter and building solidarity across borders

Part V. Notes from the color of new media

18. The color of new media enters Trumplandia

19. The color of new media responds to UC Berkeley’s “Free Speech Week”

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