DescriptionPresentation Of Self and Privacy In Social Media, Its Individual and Social Meaning: A Sociological EvaluationProblem:In social media environments, people present their ‘selves’ and their privacy in various ways. Can this very common trend be addressed on the basis of Erving Gofmann’s conceptual approach? How can it be handled? In social media environments, when people present their privacy and self, what motivations do they basically do? What kind of strategies, tactics and performances do they exhibit while doing this, and what they actually do through these presentations, what they tell with their performances, what kind of satisfaction they provide? What kind of messages do they give and what do they mean?The article may refer to the factors that determine online self-presentation. A discussion can be conducted by giving information about the strategies and tactics used for self-presentation in social networks. Comparisons can be made between real and idealized selves in social networks. This can be based on examples around the following topics:Gender identity and sexualityBodyFashionConspicuous consumption, etc. Political and other social identities and affiliationsThe article can be built on the following thesis or argument, considering the above elements: There is a significant difference and tension between the current presentation of privacy and self in social media and reality. This situation harms both individual and social relations and interactions, and they lead a life based on illusions. Goffmann’s concept of “presentation of self” may be borrowed, but the main argument and conclusion of the article can be written by positioning it within the framework of critical cultural studies.The article can be built on the following thesis or argument, considering the above elements: There is a significant difference and tension between the current presentation of privacy and self in social media and reality. This situation harms both individual and social relations and interactions, and they lead a life based on illusions. Erving Goffmans concept of presentation of self can be borrowed, but the argument and conclusion of the essay can be written by positioning it within the framework of critical cultural studies .Additional note: Two points that I want to make while writing the text in this article are important for me: First, the citations in the text (not for each citation, of course, but in a balanced way) are avoided to be made only to work in general, and to give specific page numbers. Also, a few direct quotes, again, not too many.
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