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Author Leurs, Koen, author.

Title Digital passages : migrant youth 2.0 : diaspora, gender and youth cultural intersections / Koen Leurs.

Published Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2015]

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 UniM Bail  305.8009492 LEUR    AVAILABLE
Physical description 319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series MediaMatters.
MediaMatters.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-285) and index.
Contents 1 Methodological trajectory 51 -- 1.1 Empiricism versus constructivism 52 -- 1.2 Wired Up survey 55 -- 1.3 In-depth interviews 70 -- 1.4 Virtual ethnography 89 -- 1.5 Analyzing informants' narratives 94 -- 1.6 Conclusions 100 -- 2 Voices from the margins on Internet forums 103 -- 2.1 Internet forum participation among Moroccan-Dutch youth 105 -- 2.2 Theorizing Internet forums as subaltern counterpublics 110 -- 2.3 Digital multiculturalism: "Not all Moroccans are the same" 117 -- 2.4 Digital "hchouma": Renegotiating gender 126 -- 2.5 Digital postsecularism: Performing Muslimness 131 -- 2.6 Conclusions 138 -- 3 Expanding socio-cultural parameters of action using instant messaging 141 -- 3.1 Moroccan-Dutch youth using instant messaging 144 -- 3.2 Theorizing instant messaging as a way of being in the world 149 -- 3.3 Private backstage 153 -- 3.4 More public onstage 163 -- 3.5 Conclusions 171 -- 4 Seines and hypertextual selves on social networking sites -- 4.1 Moroccan-Dutch youth on Hyves and Facebook 175 -- 4.2 Theorizing the politics of online social networking sites 181 -- 4.3 Selfies and the gendered gaze 188 -- 4.4 Hypertextual selves and the micro-politics of association 197 -- 4.5 Conclusions 212 -- 5 Affective geographies on YouTube 215 -- 5.1 Moroccan-Dutch youth using YouTube 217 -- 5.2 Theorizing the politics of YouTube 223 -- 5.3 Theorizing affective geographies and YouTube use 226 -- 5.4 Rooted belongings: Transnational affectivity 230 -- 5.5 Routed affective belongings across geographies 236 -- 5.6 Conclusions 241.
Subject Minorities in mass media.
Digital media -- Social aspects -- Netherlands.
Ethnic mass media.
Mass media -- Netherlands.
ISBN 9789089646408
908964640X
9789048523047