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Table Of Contents

1. Overview
2. Context of the Study
Figure 1: Ross Mayfield’s ‘Power Law of Participation’1
Figure 2: Bradley Horowitz’s Social Media Pyramid
3. Research Design
Vernacular Creativity, Cultural Studies and Cultural Citizenship
1. The Idea of Vernacular Creativity
2. Cultural Studies and the Politics of Popular Culture
3. Cultural Citizenship and The Networked Public Sphere
4. Conclusions
2. Approaches to Culture and Technology
3. The Socio-Technical Construction of New Media Literacy
4. Kodak and the Mass Popularisation of Photography
5. Personal Computing, Apple and the ‘Creative Consumer’
6. Conclusions
Case Study: The Flickr Photosharing Network
2. Overview
Figure 3: Flickr—All time most popular tags
Figure 4: Flickr—Explore page
3. Participation as Play
4. Users and Uses
Table 1: Flickr Users Interviewed
Figure 5: ‘Green is Beautiful’ by Cyron15
Figure 7: ‘Shell on the Beach’ by David de Groot
Figure 8: ‘Duck and Zoingo Boingo together’ by Louise
Figure 9: ‘When I Look’ by Melanie Cook
Figure 10: ‘Gatecrashed Drain’ by Mr Magoo ICU20
Figure 11: ‘Once was a Window’ by Shanrosen22
5. Technologies and Literacies
6. Creativity and Aesthetics
7. Cultural Citizenship and the Local
8. Discussion
Case Study: The Digital Storytelling Movement
Table 2: Sample Workshop Schedule
3. The BBC Capture Wales Model
4. QUT Digital Storytelling Projects
Table 3: Participants at first KGUV Sharing Stories workshop
Figure 13: KGUV Sharing Stories Workshop 2004
Table 4: Participants at second KGUV Sharing Stories workshop
Figure 14: KGUV Sharing Stories Workshop 2006
5. Discussion
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This study takes a cultural studies approach to investigating the ways in which the
articulation of vernacular creativity with digital technologies and the networked
cultural public sphere might constitute sites of cultural citizenship. In the thesis, the
concept of ‘vernacular creativity’ describes the everyday practices of material and
symbolic creativity, such as storytelling and photography, that both predate digital
culture and are remediated by it in particular ways.
This study takes a cultural studies approach to investigating the ways in which the
articulation of vernacular creativity with digital technologies and the networked
cultural public sphere might constitute sites of cultural citizenship. In the thesis, the
concept of ‘vernacular creativity’ describes the everyday practices of material and
symbolic creativity, such as storytelling and photography, that both predate digital
culture and are remediated by it in particular ways.

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