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Published on February 23, 2014

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Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein “Don’t expose yourself so much on social media” http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/life/ct-social-media-privacy20140130,0,6538726.story

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein • Don’t reveal your location • Know your privacy settings • Turn auto back up off

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein • Control what others tag you in • Do not expose everything • Know all of your settings

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein • Observe 5 students using social media in dorms and in student center.

Ashley Hamilton Ethnographic Research (Dorm) Professor Klinkostein

Ashley Hamilton Ethnographic Research (Dorm) Professor Klinkowstein

Ashley Hamilton Ethnographic Research (Dorm) Professor Klinkowstein

Ashley Hamilton Ethnographic Research (Dorm) Professor Klinkowstein

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein Ethnographic Research (SC/ Dorm)

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein Ethnographic Research (Classroom)

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein Ethnographic Research (Classroom)

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein Ethnographic Research Observations • People in dorms seemed to feel more comfortable tweeting personal things. • Many people had their location turned on, either on Instagram or Twitter.

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein Ethnographic Research Observations • Some randomly told me they like to creep on other’s social media. • A couple made random comments and said they feel guilty that they are addicted to social media.

Ashley Hamilton Professor Klinkowstein • Ethnographic Research Observations • One person said they felt awkward because I was taking a picture of them in the classroom. • People who were using social media in public just scrolled down their timeline.

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