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Die Rolle der Technik

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Zusammenfassung

Sozialer Wandel und technischer Medienwandel sind nicht zu trennen – einerseits hat das Internet insbesondere seit den 1990er Jahren massiv zur gesellschaftlichen Veränderung beigetragen, andererseits ist es selbst eine Neukombination von technischen Möglichkeiten, die schon länger da waren und erst durch die Individualisierung und neuen Interaktionsformen seit 1968 zu Nachfrage nach dieser spezifischen medialen Form und ihrem Angebot geführt haben. Hierzu betrachtet das Kapitel (1) spezifische Ansätze der mediensoziologischen Theorie von Harold Innis und Herbert Marshall McLuhan und des allgemeinsoziologischen Akteur-Netzwerk-Ansatzes von Bruno Latour und Michael Callon; (2) aktuelle konkrete Entwicklungen zur Diskussion intrinsischer Produktionsmotivationen (Prosumption), individueller Konsequenzen der Einbindung und Aktivität im Internet, und die Konsequenzen von Anonymität. Die Konsequenzen des Internet im öffentlichen Diskurs werden in den kommenden Kapiteln diskutiert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.DCMUniversität FribourgZürichSchweiz
  2. 2.Soziologisches InstitutUniversität ZürichZürichSchweiz

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