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Self-representation and digital identity.: A semiotic and quali-quantitative approach to the cultural empowerment of the Web 2.0

Abstract : Outline: Re-presenting oneself in order to exist Identity and difference Self-representation Centration and decentration The “autonymous ligator”, a shifter of self-image Self-consciousness and Self-representation Digital identity under the cultural empowerment of the Web 2.0 Declarative identity (Self-representation) Acting identity Calculated identity Application: quali-qualitative study of the cultural empowerment of Facebook Data collection Presentation of radar charts of digital identity Rate of presence (frequentation index) Declarative identity is not distinctive The users that declare the most information are the most present Identity strategies Conclusion
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Fanny Georges, Elizabeth Libbrecht. Self-representation and digital identity.: A semiotic and quali-quantitative approach to the cultural empowerment of the Web 2.0. Réseaux : communication, technologie, société, Lavoisier, La Découverte, 2009, Web 2.0, 154 (2), pp.165-193. ⟨10.3917/res.154.0165⟩. ⟨hal-03348246⟩

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