The Phenomenology of Sharing: social media networking, asserting and tellingJournal of Pubic Affairs (2013)
This article takes up the current promise of computer-aided social networks as mechanisms for sharing in experiences. The author examines social networks phenomenologically, not merely as a tool for providing information and shaping what we think but as a social construct for what can be shared, how we think, and what can be known. The analysis identifies a connection between social networks and artificial intelligence systems, while also suggesting that significant experiential gaps built into the systems can lead to ...
- social media
Publication DateAugust 1, 2013
Citation InformationNicholas C. Zingale. "The Phenomenology of Sharing: social media networking, asserting and telling" Journal of Pubic Affairs Vol. 13 Iss. 3 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nicholas_zingale/10/