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La lente évolution de la sociabilité

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  • Maxime Parodi
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    [fre] La disparition de la communauté traditionnelle a suscité de nombreuses craintes sur les liens sociaux. Les innovations les plus diverses, qu'elles soient sociales ou technologiques, ont ainsi été soupçonnées de mettre fin aux liens sociaux. A cet égard, Internet ne fait pas exception : si cette technologie suscite chez certains les espoirs les plus fous, elle est accusée par d'autres d'enfermer l'internaute dans un monde virtuel, sans chaleur. Ces deux positions sont excessives : les nouvelles technologies viennent simplement s'inscrire dans une tendance repérable depuis plusieurs siècles. Ainsi que le disait Simmel au début du siècle dernier, loin de s'étioler, nos liens se forment différemment, davantage en fonction d'intérêts partagés et moins en fonction d'anciennes prescriptions ou d'anciennes contraintes. [eng] 312 Summaries in English Slow evolution of sociability Maxime Parodi The disappearance of traditional community caused many fears on social relations. The most various innovations, social or technological, were thus suspected of putting an end to the social relations. In this respect, Internet does not make exception. As Simmel said, at the beginning of last century, our relations are formed differently, more according to shared interests and less according to old regulations or old constraints. JEL code : O 39

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue de l'OFCE.

    Volume (Year): 73 (2000)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 277-286

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:rvofce:ofce_0751-6614_2000_num_73_1_1599
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ofce.2000.1599
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