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Ossessioni collettive

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Con la grande maggioranza degli utenti di Facebook presa dalla smania di aggiungere amici, scrivere "mi piace", lasciare commenti, sarebbe forse il caso di fermarci e riflettere sugli effetti che i social network hanno sulle nostre vite oramai sature di informazioni. Che cosa ci spinge, quasi fosse un obbligo, a impegnarci tanto diligentemente con i diversi network? Il lib ...more
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Published May 2012 by Università Bocconi Editore (first published February 1st 2012)
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Marcella Bongiovanni
Non mi capita molto spesso di abbandonare libri che leggo per lavoro o per studio all'oblio. È in genere qualcosa che capita con i romanzi che leggo per puro caso. Difficilmente un saggio è un libro scelto a caso.
Se le frasi precedenti vi sembrano slegate, non è niente rispetto a Ossesioni collettive. Ero molto interessata al testo e non solo perché parte di un percorso di studi. Mi sembrava interessante e informativo un saggio di critica dei social.

Il problema è che questo volume è tutto fuorc
Nov 05, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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The style of the writing took me a while to get used to, but I'm glad I did. Looking at more than just social networks with a critical eye this book explores most aspects of the new digital frontier and the role it plays in our lives. From Amsterdam based radio stations, to blogging in Germany, France, and Iraq, commenting, anonymity, the multiple self, and information overload; it is a thought provoking read on something most of us just fell into.
Apr 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Just finished, one of the best contemporary critical work on social media.

Shallow digital narcissism of Facebook
Implications of information overload
Need to bring anonymity back
Wikileaks, YouTube aesthetics, many many interesting and relevant topics...

I unreservedly recommend it to all who are interested in media, society, technology, etc...
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