Better on Facebook Than in the Streets

The new school year in Serbia is about to start, and local newspapers are filled with techno anti-utopian articles on the bad effects of the Internet and social networks. A survey on the use of Facebook by the youth in Serbia has been published recently, too, however, and its results suggest that things aren’t really that bad.

More about the usage of Facebook among Serbian youth in my Global Voices article.  Those who’ve asked me about the photo I’ve contributed in the featured text:  it was taken in the downtown of Belgrade, in the Internet cafe, and I use it for my slides, for conference talks.

Feel free to comment.

Update: now this article is available in Serbian, Polish, Italian and Spanish language. Thanks to GlobalVoices colleagues for translation.

6 Comments »

  1. You are totally welcome, Danica.
    All the best from Lima, Perú.
    Gabriela (Spanish GV translation)

    Comment by Gabriela — September 6, 2010 @ 7:28 pm
  2. Garbriela, gracias!
    xx

    Comment by Danica — September 6, 2010 @ 11:44 pm
  3. Danica, your post was very interesting, that’s why i translated it!
    With love,
    Vito (Italian GV translator)

    Comment by Vito — September 8, 2010 @ 9:06 pm
  4. Vito, very kind of you.
    Grazie,
    x

    Comment by Danica — September 8, 2010 @ 9:55 pm
  5. Really happy GV Polska could support you!;)

    Comment by Sylwia Presley — September 12, 2010 @ 1:25 am
  6. Thank you Sylwia, x

    Comment by Danica — September 12, 2010 @ 12:09 pm

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