Reputation Addiction

Reputation Addiction explores some of the ways in which social networks encourage excessive preoccupation with professional profile and public image. Sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Academia.edu use mechanisms designed to encourage regular return visits based on the popularity of an individual’s content. Emily Rosamond, Goldsmiths, University of London.

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