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Digitala interaktioner : hur påverkas vårt samhälle av Facebook?

Holmqvist, Linn LU (2016) DIKK60 20151
Division of Digital Cultures
Abstract
This thesis aims to understand the digital interaction and why there is a lower communication barrier at the use of Internet than it is in the physical world.
This thesis is based primarily on the interaction that takes place between people on Facebook. The interactions are studied from a sociological perspective primarily to compare the physical society with the digital society. The thesis mainly have studied a post on SVT's Facebook page where the journalist Alexandra Pascalidou gets attacked by different users, but the analysis also discusses our self-representation through data upload.
The thesis contains the theories of sociologist Karl Marx, Emilé Durkheim and Erving Goffman and methods of text analysis and qualitative interviews.
Abstract (Swedish)
Uppsatsen ämnar att förstå digital interaktion och varför det finns en lägre kommunikativ spärr vid internetanvändning än vad det gör vid fysiska interakationer.
Denna uppsats bygger främst på interaktionen som sker mellan människor på Facebook. Interaktionerna studeras ur ett sociologiskt perspektiv främst för att kunna jämföra det fysiska samhället med det digitala samhället. Uppsatsen har företrädesvis studerat ett inlägg på SVT:s Facebooksida där journalisten Alexandra Pascalidou blir påhoppad av olika användare, men i analysen diskuteras även vår självrepresentation av uppladdning av data.
Uppsatsen innehåller teorier av sociologerna Karl Marx, Emilé Durkheim och Erving Goffman och metoderna textanalys samt kvalitativ intervju.
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author
Holmqvist, Linn LU
supervisor
organization
course
DIKK60 20151
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Facebook, interaktion, näthat, självpresentation, interaction, cyber bullying, self presentation, Karl Marx, Emilé Durkheim, Erving Goffman
language
Swedish
id
8871339
date added to LUP
2016-04-20 13:46:23
date last changed
2016-04-21 04:07:19
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This thesis is based primarily on the interaction that takes place between people on Facebook. The interactions are studied from a sociological perspective primarily to compare the physical society with the digital society. The thesis mainly have studied a post on SVT's Facebook page where the journalist Alexandra Pascalidou gets attacked by different users, but the analysis also discusses our self-representation through data upload.
The thesis contains the theories of sociologist Karl Marx, Emilé Durkheim and Erving Goffman and methods of text analysis and qualitative interviews.},
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  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Digitala interaktioner : hur påverkas vårt samhälle av Facebook?},
  year         = {2016},
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