Digital Cultures and Online Behaviors
Date of Creation
This website was created by Prof. Standlee’s SOC 250 – Sociology of Digital Cultures & Online Behaviors course at Gettysburg College (Fall 2018). It serves as the culmination of student collected scholarly resources, and provides a thoughtful analysis of living in a techno-social society. In this site, students analyze the cultural ramifications of existing and emerging technologies that shape our experiences and collective understanding. The website serves as a repository of knowledge on issues of surveillance, technological power, cultural of visuality, digitally mediated conflict, and the impacts and implications of mobile and online cultures.
This is the author's version of the work. This publication appears in Gettysburg College's institutional repository by permission of the copyright owner for personal use, not for redistribution.
Caesar, Taylor O.; Cheyne, Kristina P.; Gayle, Lamar; Gibson, William H.; Goldy, Grace S.; Guillon, Keyshla; Jacobson, Henry A.; Johnson, Cara C.; Kase, Gabrielle N.; Kelley, Bronwyn D.; Kelly, Janeris; Laemle, Jessica L.; Le, Carri D.; Lieberman, Miranda R.; Lopez-Espinosa, Ivana A.; Nunez, Gerardo; Reeves, Daniel D.; and Schmelzinger, Timothy, "Digital Cultures and Online Behaviors" (2018). Student Publications. 654.