Bellas and Fellas in Cyberspace: Mobilizing Italian Ethnicity for Online Youth Culture

Tricarico, Donald
January 2011
Italian American Review;Winter2011, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article discusses the impact of popular youth culture on the formation of ethnic identity, with particular focus given to Italian American identity. The author conducted an ethnographic study of Internet chat rooms for young Italian Americans in order to explore the connection between youth culture, ethnicity, and U.S. Internet culture.


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