Discourses of the Self: Social Media Use, Well-being, and Identity

IAMCR 2021 Online Conference is now over. The full papers presented in this online conference paper panel are no longer accessible. You can see the original abstracts of the papers submitted for presentation in the abstract books.

The papers of this panel engage with social media
use and identity, examining how women, office workers, and online
personalities use media to find information and construct
public-facing identities.

Discourses of the Self: Social Media Use, Well-being, and Identity
Chair:
Carolina
Matos
City University of London
1094
Passive Instagram usage and Emerging female adolescence wellbeing: the mediating roles of social comparison and Fear of Missing Out
Santhosh kumar
Putta
Osmania University
1134
Self mocking "office worker": a rebellious discourse Carnival
Xinyi
Zhou
Communication University of China
Yangyue
Xiong
Communication University of China
1982
South African Indian Facebook personalities: fostering a sense of belonging amongst online followers.
Aaliyah
Aboobaker
Rhodes University
1991
I Read, Therefore I Eat: Analyzing the Search and Evaluation of Health-related Information Across User-Generated Content Platforms Among Indonesian Women
Darwin Boy
Sxander
VUB Brussels, Belgium; PLUS Salzburg, Austria
509
La gestión de la amenaza a la identidad social de lxs usuarixs de Twitter en la narrativa sobre la caravana migrante del 2018
Ernesto
Navarro
Universidad Iberoamericana, México