本文讲代理的概念，个人行使权力的能力和能力是一个关键的变量，它支撑着大多数与参与性文化相关的话语。研究人员认为，新机构的能力是在媒体的生产中确定的(Loader et al.， 2014)。已经发现，这种新的代理可以破坏权力关系，广告知识随着主要权力关系建立大众媒体。可以认为，社交媒体用户被赋予了跨越传统自然边界开发和共享内容的权力，而之前的传统自然边界受到法律、政治和财政限制。本篇加拿大代写文章由美国论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
The notion of agency, the ability and capacity of the individual to exercise authority is a critical variable that underpins majority of the discourse related to the participatory culture. It is argued by the researchers that the capacity of the renewed agency is identified within the production of media (Loader et al., 2014). It has been found that such renewed agency can disrupt the power nexus ad knowledge along with the primary power relations established by the mass media. It can be considered that the social media users are empowered to develop and share the content across the boundaries of traditional nature that was previous restricted through the legal, political and financial constraints.
According to the researchers, the increment of the user activity is linked with the realization of the immersive environment (Napoli, 2015). The researchers argued that the sense of agency is achieved when the activities performed by the users bring them tangible results. The self-actualisation and agency feelings are the underlying motivators that encourage the users to interact and engage on various levels of internet. The theorists have indicated that the emergence of Web 2.0 provides with the access and control on the public space and this subsequently brings the access and control on the space of power (Nugroho, 2017). However, the researchers indicated that while the social media users are individually empowered to participate within the social media platforms at the same time, the social media organizations are capitalizing on the information flows present within the public spaces.
It can be considered that the user-agency is growing across the digital environment, but this growth and the information generated by the users are both governed and controlled by the owners of social media sites (Jenkins et al., 2013). The critical introduction offered by Christian Fuchs in the 2014 book Social Media utilized the critical theory and a Marxist perspective to provide with the critical opinion that the majority of the social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as involved in this essay are redefining the manner in which search, collaboration and transparency takes place (Jenkins, 2014).