#Identity : hashtagging race, gender, sexuality, and nation

"Since its launch in 2006, Twitter has served as a major platform for political performance, social justice activism, and large-scale public debates over race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and nationality. It has empowered minoritarian groups to organize protests, articulate often-underreprese...

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Other Authors: De Kosnik, Abigail (Editor), Feldman, Keith P. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Ann Arbor University of Michigan Press 2019, 2019©2019
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Collection: JSTOR Open Access Books - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
  • On-Screen Branding, Second-Screen Viewing, and Emerging Modes of Television Audience Interaction / Renée Pastel
  • Part III: Disavowals. 11. Hashtag Rhetoric: #alllivesmatter and the Production of Post-Racial Affect / Kyle Booten
  • 12. #Cancelcolbert: Popular Outrage, Divo Citizenship, and Digital Political Performativity / Abigail De Kosnik
  • 13. #Nohomo: Homophobic Twitter Hashtags, Straight Masculinity, and Networks of Queer Disavowal / Bonnie Ruberg
  • Part IV: Twitter International. 14. "Is Twitter For Celebrities Only?": A Qualitative Study of Twitter Use in India / Neha Kumar
  • 15. Reterritorializing Twitter: African Moments, 2010-2015 / Reginold A. Royston and Krystal Strong
  • 16. #Ifafricawasabar: Participation on Twitter across African Borders / Naveena Karusala, Trevor Perrier, and Neha Kumar
  • The Hashtags We've Been Forced to Remember / Abigail De Kosnik and Keith P. Feldman
  • 1. Is Twitter a Stage?: Theories of Social Media Platforms as Performance Spaces / Abigail De Kosnik
  • Part I: Black Twitter Futures. 2. #Onfleek: Authorship, Interpellation, and the Black Femme Prowess of Black Twitter / Malika Imhotep
  • 3. "You Ok Sis?": Black Vernacular, Community Formation, and the Innate Tensions of the Hashtag / Paige Johnson
  • 4. #Sandrabland's Mystery: a Transmedia Story of Police Brutality / Aaminah Norris and Nalya Rodriguez
  • 5. Creating and Imagining Black Futures Through Afrofuturism / Grace Gipson
  • 6. Ferguson Blues: a Conversation With Rev. Osagyefo Sekou
  • Part II: Mediated Intersections. 7. Confused Cats and Postfeminist Performance / Lyndsey Ogle
  • 8. #Whyistayed: Virtual Survivor-Centered Spaces for Transformation and Abolishing Partner Violence / Julia Havard
  • Black Twitter and Building Solidarity across Borders / Kimberly McNair
  • Part V: Notes From the Color of New Media
  • 18. The Color of New Media Enters Trumplandia; 19. The Color of New Media Responds To UC Berkeley's "Free Speech Week."