Subject: circuit; narrative exchange; digital storytelling; communities of practice [digital citizenship; civic culture] | HE Transportation and Communications | HT Communities. Classes. Races | QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
jel: jel:L91 | jel:L96
This article explores the possibilities for new forms of ‘digital citizenship’ currently emerging through digitally supported processes of narrative exchange. Using Dahlgren's (Dahlgren, P. 2003. “Reconfiguring Civic Culture in the New Media Milieu.” In Media and the Re... View more
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