3-0975
ONLINE, SOCIAL, AND INDIVIDUAL SPACES: CROSSING BORDERS AND DELIMITING LIFE FRAMEWORKS
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Reviewed By: General Anthropology Division
Thursday, November 15, 2012: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Karen L Michaelson (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Chairs:  Karen L Michaelson (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Discussants:  Patricia G. Lange (California College of the Arts)
4:00 PM
"Everybody is Talking to Each Other without Talking to Each Other" - Polysocial Reality and Asynchronous Adaptation
Sally A Applin (University of Kent, Canterbury, UK - SAC - Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing and University of Kent, Canterbury, UK - SAC - Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing) and Michael D Fischer (University of Kent)
4:15 PM
How Individuals Organize and Mobilize for Revolution Using Social Media
Cheryl Hansen (California State University, Fullerton and California State University, Fullerton)
4:30 PM
Free the Means: Co-Creating Ethnographies of the Future
Jenny Ryan (Independent Researcher and Independent Researcher)
4:45 PM
Breaking Bread Together: Food Bloggers and the Development of Community
Karen L Michaelson (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
5:00 PM
Meeting 'the Internet': Life-Cycles of Personal Bloggers
Emily Traeger Andrews (The Catholic University of America)
5:15 PM
It Makes It More Real: Embodiment and Disembodiment At a Lan Party
Bryan-Mitchell Young (Indiana University)
5:30 PM
Discussant
Patricia G. Lange (California College of the Arts)