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The Breakup 2.0: Disconnecting Over New Media [Hardcover]

Ilana Gershon

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"The Breakup 2.0 is intriguing and illuminating. By exploring how college students use Facebook, cell phones, and IM, Gershon deepens our understanding of these media, of young people's lives, and of our evolving definitions of public and private. It's an original and enlightening book."--Deborah Tannen, Georgetown University, author of You Just Don't Understand and You Were Always Mom's Favorite!



"The Breakup 2.0 is a slick, sharp, highly intelligent encounter with the most important emerging phenomenon of the twenty-first century."--Allucquére Rosanne Stone, ACTLab, University of Texas at Austin



"The Breakup 2.0 is a fascinating and thoroughly researched anthropological account of how Facebook, instant messaging, and texting reformat the media ecologies within which today's friendships and romantic relationships function and fracture. There is nothing `virtual,' Ilana Gershon shows, about these online arenas. Across a wide range of human relations, the form of interaction turns out to be just as crucial as its content."--Stefan Helmreich, MIT

About the Author

Ilana Gershon is Assistant Professor of Communication and Culture at Indiana University.
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