Abne Praksisser Og Identitet – evidens fra forskeres og underviseres deltagelse i sociale medier
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The ways in which the new technologies and social media are used and perceived by researchers and teachers is insufficiently understood and explored. The aim of this study is to investigate individual researchers' online practices to explore and understand the activities and practices they pursue when using social media for scientific purposes. Using ethnographic data collection methods and elementary interpretative analytical techniques, I describe two new phenomena that are evident in researchers' social media participation: research practices conducted open in digital space, and self as separate from academic affairs. These phenomena raise questions that are related to 'sharing', academic identity, participation and social media as meeting venue.
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