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Blogging: How Our Private Recommendations Went Public examines self-representational writing from its ancient roots in own diaries to its existing kind in own blogs. Widely accessible on the Web, personal blogs are the latest variety of an ever extra public writing vogue of self-reflection. Utilizing Hannah Arendt’s philosophy of public, private, and social, this e book delves deeper into the query of public versus private and offers an entrance for Arendt’s work into nowadays’s mediated world. Arendt’s knowing of public, private, and social permits us to greater remember the want for boundaries and for each public and personal areas in our lives. Interpersonal verbal exchange theories, including boundary management concept and parasocial framework concept, help to greater remember how americans navigate public and personal boundaries in verbal exchange. These theories deliver a philosophical view of our overshared and overmediated world, and, specifically, how it impacts our communication patterns and practices.

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1

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110

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ABIS_BOOK

PublicationDate

2016-03-30

Title

Blogging: How Our Private Thoughts Went Public (Studies in New Media)

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Lexington Books

Publisher

Lexington Books

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1

Manufacturer

Lexington Books

Edition

Reprint

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9780739198049

Binding

Paperback

ISBN

0739198041

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Lexington Books

Author

Kristin Roeschenthaler Wolfe

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