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Quelle(s) perception(s) des classements de blogs par leurs auteurs ?

Abstract : Blogs were created at the end of the 90's. At first, they were considered as self-expression digital medias. Then, in an increasing proportion, they have become a way to promote the expertise of their authors. This change of function, combined with a highly increasing number of blogs, logically led the "blogosphere" to seek tracking devices - so evaluation - to check blogs more relevant than others. The best known of these devices is the Wikio site. The results of a qualitative study on the perception of the site by nine Wikio classified bloggers shows that they have incorporated the principle of an assessment they think globally profitable to their business in terms of reputation and credibility primarily. The study also reveals that these so called " experts " have a critical point of view on the evaluation system used by the site and that, somehow, they consider the classification process as a game within a community.
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Christian Marcon, Camille Alloing. Quelle(s) perception(s) des classements de blogs par leurs auteurs ?. Colloque international : La médiatisation de l'évaluation, Mar 2012, Paris, France. ⟨hal-00958667⟩



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