Emotional performances and subjectification processes in the digital society
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: Emotional performances and subjectification processes in the digital society
: Simone Belli
Abstract : This research will present new paradigms of construction in the relationship between emotion and identity in "new users". We will study the social processes that people experience routinely using a different digital tool from what they learned and used in a primary digital socialization. The main questions of this research are the following: How do new users negotiate their legitimacy as members of the digital community to which they belong, both from their own point of view and from that of the host community? What implications this process has for access to symbolic and economic capital associated with this new identity?
This proposal is based on a theoretical framework that takes into account psychosocial relations and emotional identity processes of new users, incorporating multidisciplinary aspects that come from the field of Human-Computer Social Interaction. In this context it is also essential to have a deeper understanding of the processes of inclusion in gender socialization with ICT (Information and Communication Technology). The study will examine the relationship between gender and technology operating daily in these digital environments through the life trajectories of women in relation to technology as an instance of the power mechanisms. Given the complexity of this phenomenon, this proposal devotes a considerable space to data collection and digital ethnographic work, which is important for our object of study.
: performance, qualitative methodology,
||Universidad Carlos III de Madrid|
: XIV Workshop of Qualitative Research in Psychology with the topic: “Conflicts in qualitative research”
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