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|Title:||Taiwan high school girls’ everyday life aesthetic practices on Instagram: The affordance approach|
Instagram;Affordance;Reframing;Convention;Social Media;Everyday Life Aesthetics
|Issue Date:||2018-07-04 11:33:09 (UTC+8)|
This study explores high school girls' Instagram aesthetic practices based on the affordance theory. We conduct in-depth interviews and photo analyses of 10 subjects to reveal how these girls interact with the app's interface, and what strategic practices they have developed to interact with the affordances preset by Instagram. The findings demonstrate that Instagram has become a realm for everyday aesthetics due to its design priority on photos. These high school girls navigate in plural art worlds as they share their reframed photos with a variety of social groups, of which each has its own discrete aesthetic convention. This indicates that Instagram's interface design has successfully associated itself with taste and beauty, eliciting these girls to collect more reframing apps in order to achieve their own distinction. As a result, aesthetics takes shape in everyday life, but they take their own aestheticized life as the real one.
|Relation:||Second International Conference on Communication and Media Studies, University of British Columbia|
|Appears in Collections:||[新聞學系] 會議論文|
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