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CST 229 Ch 11 Vocab

CST 229 Chapter 11 Vocabulary

Local Identity made up of the ethnic values, practices, and traditions of the local identity communal group
Global Identity made up of individuals who adopt and embrace international practices and values over local practices
Hip-hop Music sprang from the inner-city ghettos of the United States in the mid-1970s
E.netizen stands for a new generation of individuals, from any age group, wired to the Internet via intersecting space. E.netizens have both a local self and a global self.
E.netizen Identity a composite identity that is shaped by technology, popular culture, and mass consumption
Gliding E.netizen Identity individuals who have weaker attachment with the wired community and reflect the larger international group membership
Interfaced E.netizen Identity individuals have moderately strong ties to the Internet
Fixated E.netizen Identity individuals have strong attachment and solidarity to their e-netizen identity
Dialectical Tensions conflicts that come from two opposing forces that exist at the same time
Monotrack Focus working on one project at a time
Multitrack Focus tending to multiple e.net tasks or activities
Being-in-Doing E.net Philosophy means that e.net multitrack individuals can fuse the "being mode" value dimension with the "doing mode" value dimension
Created by: ksison