Internet paradigma, struktura i dinamika onlajn društvenih mreža: Fejsbuk i mladi u Srbiji

Radovanovic, Danica Internet paradigma, struktura i dinamika onlajn društvenih mreža: Fejsbuk i mladi u Srbiji., 2010 . In International Interdisciplinary conference "Problems of Adolescence", University of Oxford (UK), 26 June 2010. [Conference paper]

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English abstract

This research presents an overview of social networking sites as a connecting tool for communication and collaboration, as well as their influence in the networked public sphere in everyday life. By considerating the definition, history and structure of selected Web 2.0 social media services, the author gives a preview for understanding why these sites, especially Facebook, are so popular among Serbian young adults. Finally, using Web sphere analysis and desktop based methodology, Web observations, numerous interviews with young adults in Serbia, and semi-structured interviews, some relevant conclusions have been drawn for better understanding of the dynamics of the usage social network sites in the Balkan region.

Russian abstract

У овом истраживачком раду дат је преглед развоја сајтова за друштвено умрежавање, као средство за повезивање, комуникацију и сарадњу, и њихов утицај у умреженој јавној сфери у свакодневном животу. Кроз преглед развоја, структуре и динамике одређених Веб (енг. Web) 2.0 сервиса друштвених медија, објашњавамо зашто су ови саjтови, а посебно Фејcбук (енг. Facebook), толико популарани међу омладином у Србији. Коначно, помоћу анализе Веб садржаја, на основу десктоп (енг. desktop) засноване методологије, Веб запажања, бројних интервјуа са младима у Србији, на Универзитету у Београду, релевантни закључци извучени су да би помогли бољем разумевању комуникацијске динамике сајтова друштвених мрежа у региону Балкана.

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: social network sites, Internet, Web 2.0, youth, social media, social networking, Facebook, communication
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information > BA. Use and impact of information.
B. Information use and sociology of information > BC. Information in society.
B. Information use and sociology of information > BD. Information society.
B. Information use and sociology of information > BG. Information dissemination and diffusion.
L. Information technology and library technology > LC. Internet, including WWW.
Depositing user: Danica Radovanovic
Date deposited: 22 Feb 2011
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:18


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