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The Selfie Citizenship Workshop was held on the 16th of April at the Digital Innovation Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, and brought together researchers across various disciplines, fields, and backgrounds in order to explore the notion of ‘selfie citizenship’, and how the selfie has been used for acts of citizenship. The event was very well tweeted, using the hashtag: #selfiecitizenship, and generated over 400 tweets during the day, a network analysis of tweets at the event can be seen here. The event was sponsored by the Visual Social Media Lab, Manchester School of Art, Digital Innovation, and the Institute of Humanities and Social Science Research.
A talk that stood out to me the most was that by Dr Farida Vis, titled: Algorithmic Visibility: Edgerank, Selfies and the Networked Photograph. The reason for this is that I once wrote a blog post where I briefly outlined…
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