Share First, Save Later: Performance of Self through Snapchat Stories

論文URL:http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3025453.3025771

論文アブストラクト:As the third most popular social network among millennials, Snapchat is well known for its picture and video messaging system that deletes content after it is viewed. However, the Stories feature of Snapchat offers a different perspective of ephemeral content sharing, with pictures and videos that are available for friends to watch an unlimited number of times for 24 hours. We conduct-ed an in-depth qualitative investigation by interviewing 18 participants and reviewing 14 days of their Stories posts. We identify five themes focused on how participants perceive and use the Stories feature, and apply a Goffmanesque metaphor to our analysis. We relate the Stories medium to other research on self-presentation and identity curation in social media.

日本語のまとめ:

18回のインタビューと330件のスナップショットの定性分析の結果から、スナッチャートストーリーは、自分の表現一貫性を維持しなくても、自己が選択した視聴者と日常的や非日常な話題を共有できる。

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