PERSONAL BUT NOT PRIVATE
QUEER WOMEN, SEXUALITY, AND IDENTITY MODULATION ON DIGITAL PLATFORMS
with author Stefanie Duguay, Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University Research Chair and Director of the Digital Intimacy, Gender and Sexuality (DIGS) Lab
Bringing together personal interviews and empirical research, Personal but Not Private explores how queer women share and maintain their identities through digital technologies despite overlapping technological, social, economic, and political concerns. This book also considers how identity modulation can be applied to a range of people negotiating digital contexts and promotes tangible changes to digital platforms and their broader social, economic, and political structures to empower individuals and their personal sharing on social media.
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