Submission Title

#Selfie: What Does Yours Say about You? An Ideological Criticism of Selfie Photography among Millennial Age Women

Location

Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Grand Avenue

Subject Area

Communication Arts/Rhetoric

Description

This presentation focuses on selfie photography among millennial age women posted on Instagram. The Ideological Criticism method was used as a frame to analyze selfie photography to determine how women represent their self-image through their selfies. The project also developed a guide identifying communication strategies for people to use to gain more control over how their selfies are perceived by others.

The paper upon which this poster is based was written for the Senior Seminar course in Communication Arts.

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#Selfie: What Does Yours Say about You? An Ideological Criticism of Selfie Photography among Millennial Age Women

Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Grand Avenue

This presentation focuses on selfie photography among millennial age women posted on Instagram. The Ideological Criticism method was used as a frame to analyze selfie photography to determine how women represent their self-image through their selfies. The project also developed a guide identifying communication strategies for people to use to gain more control over how their selfies are perceived by others.

The paper upon which this poster is based was written for the Senior Seminar course in Communication Arts.