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Navigating digital publics for playful production: A cross-case analysis of two interest-driven online communities

  title={Navigating digital publics for playful production: A cross-case analysis of two interest-driven online communities},
  author={Ksenia A. Korobkova and Matthew Rafalow},
  journal={Digital Culture \& Education},
This article argues that the set of skills and strategies associated with managing digital publics online represent an emergent literacy practice of importance to literacy researchers and educators. Drawing on two case studies of online communities popular with contemporary youth to learn, play, and socialize, we articulate how youth participants strategically negotiate multiple audiences online with varying levels of publicity in order to achieve learning outcomes. In one case, players of a… 
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