In the era of interactive, digital, and networked media and communication, identity can be understood as even more complex, with digital users arguably playing a more extensive role in fashioning their own self-representations online, as well as making use of the capacity to co-create common and group narratives of identity through interactivity and the proliferation of audio-visual user-generated content online.
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Chapter 1: Understanding Identity-Theories and Approaches
Chapter 2: Identity, Behavior, and Performativity
Chapter 3: Identity and Digital Medical-From Virtual Realities to Virtual Identities
Chapter 4: Digital Media and Corporeality
Chapter 5: Identity and Social Networking
Chapter 6: Mobile Information, Mobilities, and Networked Subjectivity
Chapter 7: Identity and the Digital Divide
Chapter 8: Identity, Internet, and Globalization
Chapter 9: Digital Identity and Surveillance
Chapter 10: Identity, Digital Communication, and Community
Chapter 11: Beyond Identity and Normativity
Rob Cover is Head of the Media and Communication Discipline and Associate Professor in the School of Social Sciences at The University of Western Australia. He researches and publishes on issues of media and identity, including digital media theory, queer theory, youth sexuality and representation, cultural concepts of population and migration, as well as sports, masculinities and media scandal. He has published over fifty journal articles and book chapters since 2000, and his most recent books are Queer Youth Suicide, Culture and Identity: Unliveable Lives? (Ashgate, 2012) and Vulnerability and Exposure: Footballer Scandals, Masculine Identity and Ethics (UWAP Scholarly, 2015).