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Les configurations sociotechniques sur le Web et leurs usages : le cas des réseaux sociaux numériques

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  • Alexandre Coutant

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

  • Thomas Stenger

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

Abstract

High hopes are linked to Internet's growth, dealing as much with increased culture and knowledge accessibility than with users participation to the building of a collective knowledge. Nevertheless, this technological potential shouldn't occult how these uses are relying on social dispositions and skills learnt during our socialization. Creativity and new learnings will occur only if the individuals own these dispositions and skills. This paper is giving results of first studies about these ones, in the case of social network sites. As a first step, it is distinguishing these sites from others dealing with Web 2.0.

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  • Alexandre Coutant & Thomas Stenger, 2009. "Les configurations sociotechniques sur le Web et leurs usages : le cas des réseaux sociaux numériques," Post-Print hal-00458327, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00458327
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    1. Wassim Mimeche & Bernard Fallery & Florence Rodhain, 2013. "Le don/contribution, une nouvelle culture des réseaux numériques dans le e-Recrutement," Post-Print hal-00845519, HAL.

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