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Digital sociology

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Concepts
Concept formation
Subject (Philosophy)
Behavioral sciences
Social studies
Social science
Social sciences
Human sciences
Sciences, Social
Learning
Learning process
Social theory
Sociology
Attention
Flow (Psychology)
Concentration (Psychology)
Economics
Political economy
Economic theory
Justice
Injustice
Humanities--Data processing
Humanities--Information technology
Digital humanities
Media, The
Media, Mass
Mass communication
Mass media
Criticism--Technique
Evaluation of literature
Literary criticism
Literature--Evaluation
Criticism
Novellas (Short novels)
Stories
Metafiction
Fiction
Novels
Fiction--Philosophy

Abstract

Digital in the broad sense (computing, networks, media, internet) has invaded all human activities, from the most personal to the most collective, and has profoundly changed our relationship to others, space, time. This reference book presents the theoretical background and key concepts and a critical summary of the work carried out on the subject in the social sciences. This new edition takes stock of recent developments (the Machine Learning, blockchain, GDPR) and contemporary challenges (calls for regulation, China’s growing role, inflation of news fakes). It provides an overview of the latest developments in research: sociology of algorithms, propagations and makers; attention economics, parliamentarisation, trace and digital labor behavioural economics; digital policy analysis in justice, security, military or health; or new methods of ‘digital humanities’.

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