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Practices in Local Online Communities on the Example of Facebook-Group Privet, Dolgoprudny

Student: Victoria Bordukova

Supervisor: Polina Kolozaridi

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Media Communications (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2020

In this study media-practices in local online communities are described and examined. The research is based on the observation in a Facebook-group «ПРИВЕТ! ДОЛГОПРУДНЫЙ» and aims to find out and describe in details the typical media-practices in such online-communities. This paper also works on such problems as: the boundary between offline and online practices, the blurred concept of digital ethnography as a method. The method for this research is digital ethnography: description and analysis of the publications made in the online-group during a particular time. It is also combined with in-depth interviews.

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