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Hjorth, L. Photo Shopping: A Snapshot on Camera Phone Practices in an Age of Web 2.0. Know Techn Pol 22, 157–159 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12130-009-9085-9

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Keywords

  • Mobile media
  • Media literacy
  • Personalization
  • Camera phones
  • User created content (UCC)
  • Web 2.0