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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> It is a growing phenomenon that young people use mobile information and communication technologies during their nightlife. This article offers an empirical examination of how young people's nightlife is shaped by engagement with the mobile phone application <span style="" class="text">WhatsApp</span>. Drawing on Sara Ahmed's phenomenological concept of orientation, I examine how <span style="" class="text">WhatsApp</span> extends young people's nightlife and howdoi:10.5194/gh-73-193-2018 fatcat:4tn4kohrivgbrgo2llnpu5ayj4