This entry was posted in Digital media, Media Studies, representation, social media and tagged Identity, media effects, Media Studies, Self-portraits, Selfies, Tate Modern on March 24, 2016 by dbuckingham2015. A selfie is a specific form of self-representation (p1) and is usually taken from a smartphone. Social Media and Self-Representation: a Selective, Self-Imposed Surveillance Share this page: May 27, 2011 . Within the last decade, social media platforms have become a popular form of self-representation and self-expression, primarily amongst most teens and twenty-somethings. Over the past couple of years, social media metrics has had a huge impact on our sense of self-worth. Critical Studies in Gender, Sexuality, and Culture Hardback 9781137408396 Sep 2015 AU$114.95 NZ$154.95 Postfeminist Digital Cultures Femininity, Social Media, and Self-Representation Amy Shields Dobson Amy Shields Dobson is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Queensland, Australia. Female athletes' self-representation on social media: A feminist analysis of neoliberal marketing strategies in “economies of visibility” Kim Toffoletti and Holly Thorpe Feminism & Psychology 2018 28 : 1 , 11-31 301 certified writers online As of late, I have been intensely interested in how people of my general age bracket (25-35) represent themselves online, and why they … Selfies, self-portraits, have become a popular trend in social media that have replaced portraits with self-enhanced pictures. The amount of followers, likes, or views we get affects us so much that it … As of late, I have been intensely interested in how people of my general age bracket (25-35) represent themselves online, and why they … Selfies are forms of self-representation shared as the best photographic depiction of users (Çadırcı and Güngör, 2016, Enli and Thumim, 2012). In social media circles, we witness others consistently commenting on outward qualities of appearance, attractiveness, clothing, and makeup. Social media -- the first mass medium to allow people to publicly share their thoughts, feelings and lives with others -- has become dangerously inauthentic. as a form of self-representation (p2). Smartphones allow individuals to take a selfie and share it instantly on social media platforms such as Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, etc. The selfie, photograph individuals take of themselves usually with a smartphone or webcam to be shared on social media, is one example of such information sharing. Social Media and Self-Representation: a Selective, Self-Imposed Surveillance Share this page: May 27, 2011 . We will write a custom Proposal on Ethnicity and Self-Representation in Social Media: When Cultures Merge specifically for you for only $16.05 $11/page.