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La prescription ordinaire sur les réseaux socionumériques


  • Thomas Stenger

    () (CEREGE - Centre de Recherche en Gestion - Université de Poitiers)

  • Alexandre Coutant

    () (CEREGE - CEntre de REcherche en GEstion - Université de Poitiers)


Social network sites users face numerous forms of prescription. Indeed, these sites allow their users, in particular companies, to make a large number of these requests, even if these are not inevitably interpreted or presented as some. This paper proposes an nvestigation of the shape they take on these technological devices, which we shall consider as "ordinary" in reference to the works of Michel de Certeau on the ordinary activities.

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  • Thomas Stenger & Alexandre Coutant, 2009. "La prescription ordinaire sur les réseaux socionumériques," Post-Print hal-00458319, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00458319
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