- Gebundene Ausgabe: 281 Seiten
- Verlag: Yale University Press (18. Februar 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0300166311
- ISBN-13: 978-0300166316
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 2,5 x 21 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: Schreiben Sie die erste Bewertung
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 257.434 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
It's Complicated (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 18. Februar 2014
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"Astute, nuanced, provocative and hopeful, boyd does it all in this must-read treatise on teens and their digital lives."--Stephen Balkam, Founder and CEO, Family Online Safety Institute--Stephen Balkam (07/30/2013)
"Painstakingly researched through interviews and close study for more than a decade, boyd's book is the most important analysis of networked culture I've yet to read."--Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing--Cory Doctorow (08/06/2013)
""It's Complicated" is essential reading for anybody who has ever wondered about the lives of teens online. The extensive online fieldwork and interviews with young people from around the country provides the reader with a rare teens'-eye view into the massive and often mystifying changes to our everyday communication with the advent of social media. Written with both sensitivity and a critical eye, boyd offers a voice of reason in the often heated debates over teens and technology."--Mizuko Ito, University of California, Irvine--Mizuko Ito (09/24/2013)
"boyd always moves beyond conventional wisdom when it comes to understanding teen online behavior. It's invaluable to have here the results of her years of study."--Elisa Camahort Page, co-founder, BlogHer--Elisa Camahort Page (09/30/2013)
""Her [danah's] first book, "It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens" proves she is a writer and thinker in a category of her own invention . . . . This book is an exhaustively researched study of how teens use technology, a passionate polemic dispelling myths and moral panics and exposing inequality, and a manifesto on how parents as individuals and society as a whole let young people down when they insist on protection and paternalism over media literacy and critical thinking. Even readers who are not parents, or teens, may well find this one of the most interesting books of the year."--Amy Benfer, "Los Angeles Times"--Amy Benfer "Los Angeles Times "
""It's Complicated" is both a report from the front lines and a larger social analysis. . . . It probes much deeper than just the latest fads in Twitter gossip or Snapchat goofiness . . . On one level it is designed to counter the paranoia and anxiety that many parents still feel about their children's engagement in social media. . . . But on another level it is a poignant critique of contemporary civilization . . . The briefest possible summary? The kids are all right, but society isn't."--Andrew Leonard, "Salon"--Andrew Leonard "Salon "
"A rare teens'-eye view into the often mystifying changes to our everyday communication, boyd's book offers a voice of reason in the often heated debates over young people and technology."--Mizuko Ito, University of California, Irvine--Mizuko Ito (09/24/2013)
""It's Complicated", a new book about teenagers and digital technology by the media scholar danah boyd, places today's smartphones, iPads and laptops in the context of this perennial power struggle between adolescents and parents. In doing so, it adds much to our understanding of a young generation of hyper-connected, hybrid consumer-producers - a cohort whose behaviour often unites parents, educators and investors in collective bewilderment."--Gautam Malkani, "The Financial Times"--Gautam Malkani"The Financial Times" (03/01/2014)
""An exhaustively researched study of how teens use technology . . . and a manifesto on how parents as individuals and society as a whole let young people down when they insist on protection and paternalism over media literacy and critical thinking. Even readers who are not parents, or teens, may well find this one of the most interesting books of the year."--Amy Benfer, "Los Angeles Times"--Amy Benfer "Los Angeles Times "
'"It's Complicated" champion[s] a rich, complex idea of what youth is about, and view[s] with horror the way adult discussions so often reduce the young to mute metrics.'--Simon Ings, "New Scientist"--Simon Ings"New Scientist" (03/22/2014)
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Laurence Steinberg, author of Age of Opportunity: Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence
I do still believe there are, and will be, major effects of social media on today's youth culture. As youth connect with their friends primarily through "networked publics" (as boyd calls it) instead of through face-to-face interaction, today's youth are having considerably different experiences than youth had even ten years ago. As adults, we'll need to help our kids think through this change (which boyd highly encourages). But I do believe boyd convincingly argues that students are not addicted to social media but instead they are addicted to relationships (and always have been). Social media is just the current means whereby students have chosen (or boyd would say, are forced) to feed this addiction for friends.
I believe this book is a must read for anyone working with students. It has helped me rethink how I view my students' use of social media. Instead of just shaking my finger at their apparently lack of discipline, I now want to be their friend to help them connect with each other well (and of course, with more discipline).