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De l'identité numérique à l'individu transmédiatique

Abstract : Digital identity is a concept in social sciences that is questioning computer-mediated relationships and economic strategies. The presentation of self borrows some storytelling processes. The editorial mode of web services helps to build a narrative identity: it has even become a competitive argument between Facebook, Google and other actors. In fact, teenagers partly drive their socialization via many digital devices and apparatus (social network sites, mobile app, chatroom, instant messaging and so on).So, we propose to talk about transmedia identity, like those newly narrative universes distributed among medias.But the teenagers' digital uses are quite awkward, and require education. Faced with these stakes, School and public institutions must shape a strong digital transliteracy.
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Julien Pierre. De l'identité numérique à l'individu transmédiatique. Médiadoc, 2014, 13. ⟨sic_01084772⟩



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