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About Michaelanne M Dye

As an anthropologist and social media professional, my research focuses on human interaction with social networking sites, specifically how individuals engage with social media and how people are living their lives online. Drawing from a professional background in PR and social media and my training as an anthropologist, I apply social theories and ethnographic methods to the ever-changing landscape of cyberspace. I collaborate with researchers across a variety of disciplines to examine how the internet is affecting the world. I am particularly interested in e-democracy, activism through social media, the parallel public sphere, and how oppressed groups utilize cyberspace.


Present Bachelor of Arts, Spanish, University of Georgia
Present Master of Arts, Anthropology, Georgia State University

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