Posthumanism OR Using Digital Technologies To Analyze Online Identities In Manjula Padmanabhan 'S Harvest

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  • Abdulkadhim Hashim Mutlag (Corresponding Author)
  • Bahee Hadaegh

Abstract

The present research focuses on the analysis of posthumanism and online identities in Manjula Padmanabhan's play Harvest through the lens of digital technologies. The play explores the interplay between human and non-human characters in a digital and new media landscape, providing a platform to examine the complexities of online identities. One can find out that the digital technologies are depicted as integral components of the characters' lives, shaping their identities and interactions. By utilizing digital technologies, the characters in Harvest navigate a world where online identities blend with offline realities. The play presents a critique of the potential pitfalls and dangers associated with digital technology, including the loss of agency, the erosion of privacy, and the manipulation of online personas. The research aims to analyze how Manjula Padmanabhan portrays online identities in Harvest and examines the implications of digital technologies on the characters' lives.

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2024-02-17

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(Corresponding Author), A. H. M. ., & Hadaegh, B. . (2024). Posthumanism OR Using Digital Technologies To Analyze Online Identities In Manjula Padmanabhan ’S Harvest. Migration Letters, 21(S6), 499–512. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/7944

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