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Visualising Facebook by Daniel Miller, Jolynna Sinanan

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Visualising Facebook
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Publisher: UCL Press
ISBN/ASIN: B06XKVN6BH
Number of pages: 238

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Since the growth of social media, human communication has become much more visual. This book presents a scholarly analysis of the images people post on a regular basis to Facebook. By including hundreds of examples, readers can see for themselves the differences between postings from a village north of London, and those from a small town in Trinidad.

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