Course Description

MIT 3374G (Winter 2013)   Social Networking in Everyday Life: Social Relations, Social Movements, and Privacy

Instructor: A. Quan-Haase

Course Description
This course will investigate the term social networking and its related theories. We will examine various platforms and the social consequences these have had for our understanding of friendship, work, and privacy. Our aim is to not only have a good understanding of the theories of social networking, but also of the methodological approaches that exist to study how social networking unfolds.

Course Outline for MIT 3374G (Winter 2013)
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Antirequisites: MIT 3650G if taken in 2011-2012

3 lecture hours, 0.5 course