Abstract

Skam, a Norwegian television series, uses social media accounts that purport to represent the world of the characters to integrate the drama of the series with the lived reality of the audience. This makes for a unique aesthetic experience that enquires into the role that social media plays in the lives of young people in the Western world, and how the dominance of this mode of interaction forces a reevaluation of our understanding of reality and fiction.

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