Sociologia Telefone móvel

Traditionally an individual ’s social identity has been interlinked with their location within physical space.The revolution in mobile communication has partially replaced the old location-based paradigm with the new social network-based paradigm.This paper explores the impact of this new paradigm and its introduction of a ‘second space ’ in which individuals are placed while they are engaged with their mobile phones on the creation and presentation of social identity.The stresses that are placed upon the individual and those around them resulting from the incongruity of the two spaces are discussed.

Paper - Exploring the implications for social identity of the new sociology of the mobile phone

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