Author Archives: joemajka

Joe’s Pinterest Experience

By: Joe Majka I created a Pinterest account and found some very interesting things that I would like to discuss.  First of all, as Wilson and Yochim put it, “The affective networks of Pinterest can thus be seen as passing the potential for happiness around. The platform provides a hub where mothers can seek out, […]

Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook: The Latest Trending Topics

By:  Joe Majka As stated by Wilson and Yochim: “Facebook status updates offering mothering advice, Instagrammed images of a family’s summertime fun, lifestyle blogs where kitchen sinks look elegant, Pinterest boards that promise to make meal times meaningful: social media for mothers seem to overflow with domestic bliss. This world – the mamasphere – is […]

#TheVoice

By Joe Majka The primetime TV show that I watched was The Voice on NBC on Monday, November 11, 2013.  I followed along with the hashtag #TheVoice.  The people who seemed to be tweeting ranged from teenagers to middle aged men and women. There were more tweets by women than men and I can’t exactly […]

Vehemence Against Females

By: Joe Majka I chose this theme because it is something that is very prevalent in today’s society.  This theme stuck out to me because violence against women can be easily overlooked; yet I think it definitely should not be.   This theme is important or relevant because it happens to woman across the world every […]

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