Reflecting on Gender and Digital Networked Media

Sal Humphreys, Karen Vered

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    This article explores gendered practices in new media formations. We consider the ways that emergent practices in new media bring to the fore and make more explicit some previously submerged practices. In identity construction, in spatial practices, and in the productive labor of users of new media, we see examples of how the fluidity of gender can be highlighted, the cultural specificity of some often taken for granted and naturalized practices can be more readily understood as constructed, and ironically, how the overt and self-congratulatory crowing of some gamer and geek cultures draws attention to their misogyny, creating a much bigger and more easily identifiable target for counterstrategies. The intersection of emergent technologies and sociocultural practices creates new areas of gendered negotiations.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)3-13
    Number of pages11
    JournalTelevision & New Media
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2014


    • Gender
    • Identity
    • Labor
    • Mobile media
    • New media
    • Spatial practices


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