Research on Digital Culture

Over the next few weeks, students in Stanford’s Networked Rhetorics class will be posting about their research projects.

The end product of their research will be fully-developed research papers as well as 8-10 minute research presentations.

Their topics include:

  • Internet privacy
  • Internet security
  • Slacktivism
  • Twitter as a political tool
  • The rise of streaming media
  • Open courseware
  • Social media and marketing
  • Social media trends
  • Fashion blogging
  • Online etiquette
  • Social networking and China
  • The internet’s influence on local journalism

They would welcome your input and feedback on their projects!

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  1. Pingback: Facebook “slacktivism” and identity « The Cross-Cultural Rhetoric Blog

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