Social Media Technology Conference and Workshop

October 5, 2017

October 6, 2017

Howard University, 10th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C., Distrito de Columbia, USA

http://sociologicalimagination.org/archives/19092

Event Description

The 7th Annual Social Media Technology Conference & Workshop is a two-day intensive conference combining panel discussions, paper presentations and workshops designed to enlighten attendees about new scholarship, professional practices and pedagogical approaches to teaching social media.

Interested individuals can send in papers, workshop ideas and panel proposals that address a myriad of topics surrounding the theme – Social Media: Culture and Identity. This year’s theme focuses on dissecting how social media work to celebrate and heighten cultural differences and practices as well as provide a space for individuals to shape or have their identities shaped by social media usage. The goal is to bring scholars and professionals together to share their perspectives on how social media are utilized by various individuals, groups, cultures or entities to create agency, share voices and impact cultures and identities.

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The Sociological Imagination

http://www.sociologicalimagination.org

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