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I- Questões Gerais
I.1Quais os objetivos/propósitos do artigo/capítulo?
Basicamente, os autores estão preocupados em saber se a Internet está influenciando nas relações interpessoais e na organização das pessoas emcomunidades de redes sociais.
We have been concerned with how the Internet is influencing interpersonal relationships and organization involvement in their social networks cum communities:
1. Do people communicate more because the Internet offers them the capability to contact people at a distance?
2. Do they primarily communicate via theInternet or are face-to-face meetings, phone calls, and gatherings still important in creating closeness and providing emotional support? More specifically, we have been asking:• Are people reaching out to neighbors and to their communities?• Are they getting involved in neighborhood associations and in public activities?• Does the Internet reduce the time we have available to dedicate to communitylife?• How do people use their networks, social communication, and computer to access information at home, work, and leisure?• What sense of belonging to communities do networked people have? [pg.2]
I.1.2 O artigo/capítulo discute claramente questões de identidade? Como? Quais são os principais tópicos abordados? Quais as principais controvérsias tratadas? Detalhar no item III abaixo:
I.2 Oque @(s) autor@s querem provar/evidenciar?
I.3 Quais os principais resultados?
- a alta velocidade ajuda mais o vizinho que o enfraquece. Our findings suggest that high-speed Internet access supports neighboring rather than weakening it. [pg. 8]
- De acordo com uma experiência feita pelo NetLab, residents with high-speed Internet connections have much more informal contact withneighbors (vizinhos) than did the ‘non-wired’ residents who had moved into the same development but had not yet received their high-speed access. [pg. 8]
- Há maior escala de pessoas nas redes sociais: mais gente, mais comunicação, e comunicação mais rápida. Isso deve permitir que a informação - e talvez o conhecimento – se difunda mais rapidamente.
What are the implications of thisnetworked society – the interplay of computer-supported communication networks and social networks – for citizenship? For one thing, people are communicating more via the Internet, mobile phones and other communication technologies, adding on to other means of communication rather than substituting for them. Moreover, while there had been early fears that the quality of computer-mediatedcommunication would permit only instrumental messages, it is now quite clear that all sorts of emotions have successfully been communicated online (see Haythornthwaite &Wellman, 2002).
Not only has the volume of communication increased, we suspect that the velocity of communication has also increased. Although e-mail is asynchronous and does not necessitate instantaneous response, in practicemany people respond quickly just as they would respond to voice-mail. Moreover, distant network members who did not have much contact when limited to face-to-face, telephone or postal communication now keep in frequent touch: they rely on the Internet for a higher proportion of their contact than do community members who live nearby. Thus, the impact of computer-mediated communication will bethat people have larger-scale social networks: more people, more communication, and more rapid communication. This should allow information – and perhaps knowledge – to diffuse more rapidly. [pg. 16]
1.4 Quais as principais conclusões?
Nos resultados, acima.
II. Internet / Redes sociais/Caracterização
II.1 O trabalho se baseia em qual(is) o(s) tipo(s)s de disposivitos virtuais?