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Message de slopezj posté le 12-11-2014 à 20:17:52 (S | E | F)
Bonjour à tous
j'avais déjà posté sur ce forum ( internet solitude ); on m'a très bien aidé !
J'aurais besoin d'aide pour la correction de la fin de mon texte; c'est urgent donc je poste la fin ici. J'ai essayé de corriger mon texte au mieux avant de le poster mais je pense qu'il reste des fautes :
Merci pour vos réponses.
Sherry Turkle explains that when you are speaking through a communication tools you can re-write, erase, and shape your message… Those are the factors which give the impression of “control”.
To some extent, it is truthful. Nonetheless, several affairs on internet show us that we do not really control the information we are sharing. Platforms of virtual exchange, present various risks, similar as those in real life in conversations (rumors, misrepresentation, erroneous interpretation...).
In a second part, it would be interesting to discuss how this concept of “control”, leads people to: “[…] expect more from technologies and less from each other…”
This statement is relevant in S. Turkle’s thesis.
By feeling this “power”, users blindly deduce they have nothing more to receive from human’s relationship that couldn’t be given with a phone, a computer, a robot…
There is a common understanding that communication tools can help persons who are undergoing serious personality problems (anti-social behaviour, shyness…).
Furthermore, pay carefully attention to all the activities that can be done with your phone or your laptop computer. These machines could squeezed out of the market the human labor force.
Therefrom, this underlines why we overemphasize the power of communication tools, and why we do not look toward others. Users do not burden themselves anymore with trivial matters, behind the screen everything is permitted.
To complete our analysis, we will now process two quotations.
“It is time to talk”, past analysis established that the civilisation banished “human contact”. We must disconnect ourselves from the virtual space and reconnect it to the real one. Savoured, facial expressions, body postures. The panting breath of each individual. Get to know “Face to face relationship”, which are intellectually stimulating.
S.Turkle’s offers us her testimony, her knowledge and experience to illustrate the concept of: “Alone together”. A succinct and great analysis which highlighted an epidemic issue in our society.
Nevertheless, the purpose of her study needs to be attenuated. Communication tools, social networks… enable us to get in touch with the whole world.
Modifié par lucile83 le 12-11-2014 23:11
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