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Identité en ligne et distance à soi: À propos de l’hypothèse d’un contrôle du dé-contrôle

Abstract : Like selfie, personal exposition on digital social networks introduces an internal cleavage within the subject: he shows himself and observes himself while showing himself. In this article, we propose to characterize this distanciation as an effect of the socialization of public forms available in the production of digital singularities. Based on a survey regarding Internet users’ self presentation forms, this article seeks to identify some characteristics of the new figures of online personal expression through the discourse of the reflection conducted by Norbert Elias on the mechanisms of "control of de-control". The two approaches, empirical and interpretive, provide means for understanding the forms of digital identity production as an original way of introducing the publicity fact in reflexive self-construction process.
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Dilara Vanessa Trupia, Dominique Cardon, Zbigniew Smoreda. Identité en ligne et distance à soi: À propos de l’hypothèse d’un contrôle du dé-contrôle. Revue de Recherches Francophones en Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication, Revue REFSICOM, 2017, L’identité dans tous ses états, 1. Identités et dispositifs numériques :. ⟨hal-01760918⟩



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