onlajn komunikacija i učešće na World Wide Web 2012 konferenciji #www12

Domaćin ovogodišnje World Wide Web #www12 konferencije je grad Lion u Francuskoj, od 16 do 20 aprila 2012, gde će se predstaviti mnogi istaknuti stručnjaci iz oblasti Internet tehnologija, računarstva, veba, i informacionog društva. Takođe, zadovoljstvo mi je da podelim sa vama informaciju da mi je rad prihvaćen i izlagaću prvog dana konferencije o jednom zanimljivom i specifičnom aspektu onlajn komunikacije (fatičkoj komunikaciji i fatičkim mikro postovima) koji je veoma prisutan na društvenim mrežama i internet servisima, kao i o njegovim funkcijama i značaju u informacionom društvu.

Svi ‘besmisleni’ tvitovi, bockanja (eng.poke), trivijalni statusi, i lajkovi su od vitalnog značaja kada je u pitanju interkacija na društvenim mrežama, iz više razloga koje sam elaborirala. Takođe, došla sam do novih otkrića i novih termina koji su značajni za dalja istraživanja i konkretne aplikacije, primene na društvenom vebu i medijima. Više o radu možete pročitati na engleskom.
Rad će biti objavljen u ACM SIG proceedings.

Javite mi ako neko od vas možda planira da prisustvuje na WWW12, biću cele nedelje u Lionu, a kasnije i Parizu.

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  1. Pleased to see you’ve gotten into Roman Jakobson’s communications model! Jakobson’s definition of poetics [The projection of the principle of the paradigmatic axis onto the syntagmatic axis -- alternately, the projection of the principle of selection onto the axis of combination] is one of the more wonderful insights of the old Russian formalist/structuralist school. That’s really what I mean whenever I speak of the figurative aspects of communication — not simply metaphor, but a broader conception, including meter and alliteration, which can be defined structurally in terms of how they manifest themselves syntactically. I regard the phatic aspects of communication Danica’s referring to as the more purely „gestural“ parts of speech that are keyed to the channel itself, though generally people tend to use the term as meaning talking about the connection, as in „Is this mike on?“ — I like to think of it so generally as the structural functions of communication are phatic in nature, though I doubt Jakobson normally meant it that way.

    Comment by Seth Johnson — mart 28, 2012 @ 1:22 pm
  2. [...] social and communication dynamics on social networks and media”. Read more on her blog here. Tweet The World Wide Web 2012 conference is hosted this year in Lyon, France, from [...]

  3. @Seth That was one of the goals of the work, the paper describes those structural functions of (online) communication that Jakobson has developed through the concept of the phatic function.

    Comment by Danica — april 6, 2012 @ 12:39 pm
  4. [...] and no particular concerns that any of them might be seen by strangers. She was engaging in what researcher Danica Radovanovic has called “phatic posts”, providing public context to her life with what seemed trivial information in the same way as a [...]

    Povratni ping by Beware The “Super-Public” « Wild Webmink — april 16, 2012 @ 10:30 am
  5. [...] relationships, and for the sustainability of the social network systems. I wrote earlier about here, here (The Scientific American), and here. Other interesting papers on microposts, sentiment [...]

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  8. [...] updated reading on poking and phatic communication on social network sites from 2011 and 2012: Phatic Communication, or why the little things in social media really matter, WWW2012 and Phatic Posts: Even the Small Talk Can Be Big, and Small talk in the Digital Age: [...]

  9. Sounds great. Have you a link to the ACM DL page for this paper?

    Comment by Clare Hooper — decembar 27, 2012 @ 11:19 am
  10. Thank you! No, it’s not linked to ACM – but should be downloadable directly from CEUR – the permanent link is: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-838/paper_18.pdf
    Bibtex at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-838/msm2012_proc.bib, if needed.

    Comment by Danica — januar 9, 2013 @ 5:46 pm
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