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myspace were from different backrounds and had different norms and values than those who adopted Facebook" ex 1; language teens use to describe each site and its users revealed division in race and class ex 2: taste and aesthetics, value based ex3: networks structures of teen friendship--related to race and class ex 4: bands and older family members contribute to myspace ex 5: favorite bands or desire to be a part of older sibling late night culture, to be like older kids ex 6: reference to maturity, status, freedom and manner in urban late night culture ex 7: friends at school church activities and summer camp and older family members ex 8: some avoided joining myspace because of perceived risks and parents began publicly demonizing the site--directly related to value ex 9: initially started to support all ivy league schools--elite sit ex 10: related to getting older, being in college, due to having money, and an education all related to race and social class and values Issue: Segregation and social media (objective, real division) -radicalization of digital spaces (perceived associations) value: is tis a good or bad thing?
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  • Spring '08
  • JennyAshlock
  • Sociology, MySpace, Boyd, older family members, extrinsic exigence example, older family

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