Nora Draper

Faculty Scholar
Research and Engagement Academy

2016

  • Examining how new media industries and users of digital and mobile products have approach issues of authenticity, privacy, identity, and reputation. 
  • Exploring how identity, particularly gender, race, class, and sexuality, shape experiences of privacy, surveillance, and visibility in a digital environment.
  • Conducting research on digital privacy and reputation with a focus on questions of user engagement and experience—in particular, the opportunities for digital bystander intervention in digital and mobile spaces. 
  • Examining when, where, and how these types of interventions might take place, utilizing research that combines an interest in social justice movements with an expertise in digital media.
     

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Nora Draper
Assistant Professor
Communication
College of Liberal Arts