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Profiling the Sexual Self. Sexuality narratives on tumblr. blogs

Tiidenberg, Katrin (2012). Profiling the Sexual Self. Sexuality narratives on tumblr. blogs. Carleton Graduate Caucus Conference 'Profiles' Proceedings: Carleton Graduate Caucus Conference 2012, Profiles, Canada, Ottawa, March 2012. Ed. Derek Noon, Carleton University; Marco Giardina, University of Neuchatel. Ottawa, Kanada: Carleton University, 37−45.
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Tiidenberg, Katrin
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Seksuaalse mina profiil. Seksuaalsusenarratiivid tumblr. blogides
Profiling the Sexual Self. Sexuality narratives on tumblr. blogs
Carleton Graduate Caucus Conference 'Profiles' Proceedings
Derek Noon, Carleton University; Marco Giardina, University of Neuchatel
Carleton Graduate Caucus Conference 2012, Profiles, Canada, Ottawa, March 2012
Ottawa, Kanada
Carleton University
1929-767X (Print) 1929-7688 (Online)
2012
3745
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3.4. Artiklid/ettekanded, mis on avaldatud valdkonda 3.1. mittekuuluvates konverentsikogumikes

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Abstract This article is based on a presentation given at the 7th Annual CGC Conference and focuses on the sexuality narratives of bloggers with ‘not suitable for work’ (NSFW) blogs on the micro-blogging site tumblr. The following will illustrate three different narratives of sexual self and sexuality that are constructed via the experience of blogging, online interactions, and belonging to the community. Previous literature points to the fact that the meaning of being involved in something that has to do with sex (and a large part of NSFW can be categorized as sex related) is changing very rapidly. It is more and more tied to discourses of consumerism or therapy, to the expression of self-identity and creation of communities. This article will illustrate said changes via three narratives of (a) “more than just sex”, a narrative of (b) “play”, and a narrative of (c) “exploration and kink”.
sexual identity, narrative analysis, social media, blogging, NSFW