1st Edition

Mediated Identity in the Emerging Digital Age A Dialogical Perspective:a Special Issue of identity

Edited By Hubert J.M. Hermans Copyright 2005
    112 Pages
    by Psychology Press

    116 Pages
    by Routledge

    This book illustrates the process of mediated dialogue in a digital age. It shows that culture and self-like society and identity-are conceived as mutually inclusive and shows how technology is able to create a new form of dialogue that is very personal and very public at the same time.

    Volume 4, Number 4, 2004
    Contents: H.J.M. Hermans, Introduction: The Dialogical Self in a Global and Digital Age. V.W. Hevern, Threaded Identity in Cyberspace: Weblogs and Positioning in the Dialogical Self. M.B. Ligorio, A.C. Pugliese, Self-Positioning in a Text-Based Virtual Environment. M. Cortini, G. Mininni, A. Manuti, The Diatextual Construction of the Self in Short Message Systems. S. Annese, Mediated Identity in the Parasocial Interaction of TV. C. van Halen, J. Janssen, The Usage of Space in Dialogical Self-Construction: From Dante to Cyberspace.


    Hubert J.M. Hermans