This paper explores the idea of the 'selfie' as a popular cultural phenomena, as a digital process and as a space for communication and cultural expression. Through this paper you will learn to think critically about selfies as a discourse, as a cultural practice, as techno-socially enabled and as a rich space for communication and critique. You will also take many selfies.
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Associate Professor Catherine Fowler
|Participation in discussions/seminar tasks||20%|
|Four written assignments (10% each)||40%|
|Image production task||40%|