Networked Identity Work as Project Development Among Co-Creative Communities

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2013
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Vivienne, Sonja
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Faculty of Humanities, Curtin University
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Networked identity work is the conscious negotiation or co-creation of identity, enacted by speaking and listening across differences among multiple publics, including those real and imagined, familiar and unknown, on and offline, present and future. It is a concept I explore extensively in research with queer Digital Storytellers who share their personal stories in public places to catalyse social change (Vivienne 2013). In this article I consider distinctions between ‘story’ and ‘identity’; ‘networking’ and ‘networked identity work’ and argue that the two concepts may be usefully employed in development of co-creative community projects. Finally I consider how variable definitions of co-creativity influence project development.
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“Copyright 2013 Cultural Science Journal, Faculty of Humanities, Curtin University. Published version of the paper reproduced here with permission from the publisher.” Final version available from the publisher website: http://cultural-science.org/journal/index.php/culturalscience/article/view/81.
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Vivienne, S. (2013). Networked Identity Work as Project Development Among Co-Creative Communities. Cultural Science Journal, 6(1) pp. 61-70.