This paper is a component of a wider research study into bisexuals and their activities that are online

This paper is a component of a wider research study into bisexuals and their activities that are online

From an even more than representational approach, Van Doorn ( 2011 ) draws near spaces which can be digital areas for which actualisation for the digital occurs.

He discovers motivation in conversations on the ‘virtual’ and ‘actual’ . Van Doorn contends that digital areas can play a role in actualisation associated with the digital through text, photos, and videos. As a result, he views digital areas as performative areas for which digital and tangible elements get together. Continue reading “This paper is a component of a wider research study into bisexuals and their activities that are online”