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Lecture 3

Digital Communication 2001A/B Lecture 3: NEOLIBERALISM
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Digital Communication 2001A/B
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Carolyn Guertin

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NEOLIBERALISM
People only take big changes in their life during 2 occurrences
Weddings
Pregnancies
What happens when a social media platform with all your information on it gets sold?
New owner can do whatever they want with that information
How do we use photos? How do they affect how we see ourselves?
We use photos and videos for riots
Photos can reflect the kind of relationships between people (exc.when assessing immigrant to
non- immigrant relationships: If there's no photos the relationship probably isn't real)
Do images affect how you see yourself?
Yes, they show you a different perspective of yourself
Image vs. reality can be very different (exc. Pose)
Very artificial lens to see other peoples' lives through (exc. Can't see the pain)
Editing and Photoshop changes the reality of the photo
Why do we post selfies?
Validation
Same image over and over with the same people commenting on it, etc.
Extreme Surveillance
If you check your banking app at weird hours of the day like late at night or really early in the
morning you lower your credit score because they think you are losing sleep and worrying about
money
Prices on amazon change depending on the data they have on you
BOOKS
"Brave new world"
""1984"
Different views on what the future would be like
"amusing ourselves to death"
The author compares the 2 visions of the authors of the books above
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NEOLIBERALISM People only take big changes in their life during 2 occurrences Weddings Pregnancies What happens when a social media platform with all your information on it gets sold? New owner can do whatever they want with that information How do we use photos? How do they affect how we see ourselves? We use photos and videos for riots Photos can reflect the kind of relationships between people (exc.when assessing immigrant to non immigrant relationships: If theres no photos the relationship probably isnt real) Do images affect how you see yourself? Yes, they show you a different perspective of yourself Image vs. reality can be very different (exc. Pose) Very artificial lens to see other peoples lives through (exc. Cant see the pain) Editing and Photoshop changes the reality of the photo Why do we post selfies? Validation Same image over and over with the same people commenting on it, etc. Extreme Surveillance If you check your banking app at weird hours of the day like late at night or really early in the morning you lower your credit score because they think you are losing sleep and worrying about money Prices on amazon change depending on the data they have on you BOOKS Brave new world 1984 Different views on what the future would be like amusing ourselves to death The author compares the 2 visions of the authors of the books above
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