Anonymous Social as Political
Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli’s article, “Anonymous Social as Political,” appeared in Without Sin: Freedom and Taboo in Digital Media, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 19 Issue 4.
Social media is routinely tied to utopian appeals to reinvigorate democracy opening up spaces for free speech and providing instant access to information, ideas, and events.
Read the full text of her article, “Anonymous Social as Political.”
This issue of LEA analyzes the problems of ethics and sin within contemporary digital media frameworks. The articles included consider the questions: What is the relationship between contemporary digital media and contemporary society? Is it possible to affirm that digital media are without sin and exist purely in a complex socio-political and economic context within which the users bring with them their ethical and cultural complexities?
Read more about Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli’s research interests and publications here.