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Dr Zoetanya Sujon

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New job! Joining UAL in September

As of September, I will be a new member of the Media School in LCC (London College of Communication) at the UAL (University of Arts London). Continue reading “New job! Joining UAL in September”

Understanding the Social in a Digital Age

I am delighted to announce that Harry Dyer and I are organizing a conference at University of East Anglia next January:

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How to create a future-facing education: Developing our new MA in Media & Digital Communications

One of my greatest joys recently has been working with our team at Regent’s University London to develop and create our new MA in Media and Digital Communications.

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Signed my first book contract for ‘The Social Media Age’!

I am really pleased to share that I have signed the contract with Sage for my first book, titled ‘The Social Media Age: Power and Participation in a Connected World’. Bring on 2019! Continue reading “Signed my first book contract for ‘The Social Media Age’!”

Connected Life at Oxford Internet Institute

On Monday June 19th, my colleagues and I made our way to Oxford Internet Institute (OII) for their annual conference on Connected Life: Digital Inequalities 2017. Drawing from a wide range of disciplines, the conference covered a wide range of topics from many perspectives. Continue reading “Connected Life at Oxford Internet Institute”

Trolling, privacy and public attention: reflections on our ECREA panel

At first appearance, it seemed like our paper on the ethics of privacy was out of step with the others on trolls and trolling in digital culture.  Continue reading “Trolling, privacy and public attention: reflections on our ECREA panel”

Balancing sharing culture and privacy: social media and the public self

In collaboration with Lisette Johnston, we asked 7 London residents to keep diaries tracking and reflecting on the things they shared on social media every day for a week. Continue reading “Balancing sharing culture and privacy: social media and the public self”

“Chicken is not a hobby”: From social networks to social databases

Almost everyone believes that Facebook is a social network, which enables users to easily link up with each other, exchange information about our lives and about world  news. In the 12 years since Facebook was launched at Harvard University, it has become so much more. Continue reading ““Chicken is not a hobby”: From social networks to social databases”

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