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Bibliografie Agger, Ben, Oversharing: Presentations of Self in the Internet age , Routledge, New York, 2010 Aldrich, Charles Roberts, The Primitive Mind and Modern Civilization, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, New York, 2013 Blackmore, Lisa Marie, Online photography beyound the selfie: The „shareware body” as tactical media in works by Érika Ordosgoitti , Zurich Open Repsitory and Archive. University of Zurich, Zurich, 2015 Dines, Gail, Pornland: how Porn Has Kijacked Our Sexuality , Beacon Press, Boston, 2010 Dinescu, Lucia Simona, Corpul și

University Press; HALAVAIS, A. (2014) Structure of Twitter. Social and Technical[in:] K. A. Weller, Bruns (ed.), Twitter and Society (p.37), New York, Peter Lang; JOYCE, M. (1996), Of Two Minds, Boston,University of Michigan Press; JURGENSON N. (2012),When atoms meet bits: Social media, the mobile web and augmented revolution. “Future Internet”, 4(1), 83-91. [online: December 1, 2019], ; KARDASHIAN K. (2015), Selfish, New York, Universe Publishing; KUNTSMAN A. (2017), Selfie Citizenship, Manchester, Springer; MCCULLOUGH B

clothing for Aeropostale. We believe, however, that social media has a “celebrity thresh- old” – a fi nite level of popular attention. Beneath this threshold, a personal brand can maintain a professional voice. Aspirational lifestyles can then become the coin of the realm. However, once that limit has been breached, content becomes more oriented toward a dreamy and utopian mindscape, almost a fantasy with the personal brand playing an archetypal role. Between the Suit and the Selfie: Executives’ Lessons on the Social “Micro-Celebrity” Why does this limit exist

through selfie tourism. Data collection was conducted at several tourist destinations in the selected city of West Sumatra: Padang, Bukittinggi, Payakumbuh, Tanah Datar and Pesisir Selatan. Sampling technique used was accidental sampling with 500 respondents. Data analysis technique is Partial Least Square (PLS). The results show that the natural attraction and artificial attraction have a significant effect on selfie tourism and revisit intention. Likewise, artificial attraction affects revisit intention through selfie tourism and selfie tourism has a significant


mean and what they do. But only after reading Katrin Tiidenberg’s insightful book Selfies: Why we love (and hate) them is one actually able to capture all the multifaceted nuances selfie practices consist of and depend upon. Drawing upon extensive scholarship and popular discus- sions on selfie practices, as well as her own fascinatingly rich empirical studies, Katrin Tiiden- berg, an associate professor of visual culture and social media at Tallinn University, invites the reader to critically reflect upon “what and why selfies mean, why we seem to

on the RSA encryption standard pkcs #1. In Proceedings of (CRYPTO’98) , volume 1462 of LNCS , pages 1–12, 1998. [14] Tim Dierks and Eric Rescorla. The transport layer security (TLS) protocol version 1.2. RFC 5246, August 2008. [15] Benjamin Dowling, Marc Fischlin, Felix Günther, and Douglas Stebila. A cryptographic analysis of the TLS 1.3 handshake protocol candidates. In ACM CCS , pages 1197–1210, 2015. [16] Nir Drucker and Shay Gueron. Selfie: reflections on tls 1.3 with psk. Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2019/347, 2019.

. Castegnaro A., (2008). Religione in standby, Venezia, Marcianum Press. Ciaramelli F., (2000). La distruzione del desiderio, Bari, Dedalo. Cipriani R., Losito G. (a cura di), (2008). Dai dati alla teoria. Analisi di un evento collettivo, Roma, Anicia. Codeluppi V., (2015). Mi metto in vetrina. Selfie, Facebook, Apple, Hello Kitty, Renzi ed altre “vetrinizzazioni”, Milano-Udine, Mimesis. Contri A., (2017). McLuhan non abita più qui? I nuovi scenari della comunicazione nell’era della costante attenzione parziale, Torino, Bollati Boringhieri. Costa C., (2010). La “malattia del

historical significance. While doing justice to the exemplary manner in which Hine succeeds in portraying social injustice, struggle, illiteracy, inequality, Nemerov concentrates on the spiritual dimension of Hine’s legacy. And it is an approach of great merit. For above all, Soulmaker is not about a genre or mode of photography; nor about a legendary documentarist. It is a timely reminder of the enduring depth and breadth of visual American, British and Canadian Studies / 160 representation, one that is particularly telling in the day and age of the selfie

). Cormode, G.–Krishnamurthy, B. (2008). Key Differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0. First Monday 13(6): 2 June 2008. ---lt--- ---gt--- (accessed on: 9 May 2017). Crosby, L. (2017). How Effective Is Social Media Marketing at Driving Brand Loyalty? AMA 4 April 2017 ---lt--- ---gt--- (accessed on: 9 May 2017). Csire, T. (2015). #selfie. A hashtagek használata az Instagramon [Use of Hashtags on Instagram

on Instagram. In: PLoS ONE, Vol. 11, Issue 6, pp. e0158161–16. DOI: Bruno, N., Bertamini, M., and Protti, F., 2015: Selfie and the City: A World-Wide, Large, and Ecologically Valid Database Reveals a Two-Pronged Side Bias in Naïve Self-Portraits. In: PLoS ONE, Vol. 10, Issue 4, pp. e0124999–7. DOI: Cope, M., 2015: Commentary: Geographies of digital lives: Trajectories in the production of knowledge with user-generated content. In: Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 142