Anthropologie des usages du numérique

Abstract : This scientific memo synthesis begins with a presentation of the course of the author. Then, comes the epistemological definition of anthropology of usage that defines this concept as a set of digital socialized practices from many research field and the immersives methodologies associated, called technographies (techno-ethnographies). In the central part, the text develops a description of the internal processes of the use (3B in french, POG in english): poaching, odd-jobbing (do-it-yourself) and gathering (butinage), followed by a presentation of the iterative buckle of usage’s construction (techno-imaginary <=> representations <=> practices <=> uses). The text concluds with the development of three specific powers associated with the usages of digital technology (strengthening, unveiling, link). This mode of conceptualization of the usages has implications for the definition of the socialization process that will feed the concluding section on e-education and e-inclusion.
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Pascal Plantard. Anthropologie des usages du numérique. Anthropologie sociale et ethnologie. Université de Nantes, 2014. ⟨tel-01164360⟩

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