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L’agir communicationnel des organisations du XXIe siècle : objets connectés, religions, modernité

Abstract : By identity projection, then affective fusion in the object or, by delegation of responsibility responsive to the object (management of space-time, increase of sensations and emotions for example), the relationship built with the object constitutes a curious mixture of Protestant ethics and Catholic and pagan cultures. In other words, our hypothesis is that the development of connected objects prefigures a type of human-machine communication relationship beyond a language structured by signs. These developments nourish a complex mixture of desires of control and increase, of transcendence and animism, inherent to the civilization project.
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Fabienne Martin-Juchat. L’agir communicationnel des organisations du XXIe siècle : objets connectés, religions, modernité . Sylvie P. ALEMANNO, Anne MAYERE, (dir) Communication Organisationnelle. Formes et Transformations Contemporaines, pp33-51, 2018. ⟨halshs-01692318⟩

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