Angela recently received her PhD from the School of Media and Communication at Temple University and currently works in Temple's Digital Scholarship Center exploring tools and methods for social media analysis.
Angela's research explores social networking sites and the ways in which their structures and affordances influence identifications. She is particularly interested in Facebook's influence on authenticity, agency, and anonymity. Angela has presented her research at many conferences including The International Communication Association, The National Communication Association, and The Media Ecology Association, where she was awarded the 2012 Linda Elson Top Student Paper for her "First Person Paparazzi."
For more information visit her website: www.angelacirucci.com