2018年03月08日14時01分 に初出の投稿

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Although many different views of social media coexist in the field of information systems (IS), such theories are usually not introduced in a consistent framework based on philosophical foundations. This paper introduces the dimensions of lifeworld and consideration of others. The concept of lifeworld is based on Descartes’ rationality and Heidegger’s historicity, and consideration of others is based on instrumentalism and Heidegger’s “being-with.” These philosophical foundations elaborate a framework where different archetypal theories applied to social media may be compared: Goffman’s presentation of self, Bourdieu’s social capital, Sartre’s existential project, and Heidegger’s “shared-world.” While Goffman has become a frequent reference in social media, the three other references are innovative in IS research. The concepts of these four theories of social media are compared with empirical findings in IS literature. While some of these concepts match the empirical findings, some other concepts have not yet been investigated in the use of social media, suggesting future research directions.

Theories of Social Media: Philosophical Foundations

うあー。もう見るからに胡散臭い論文だな。まだ読んでないけど、こんなもんが CC で公開されてても翻訳する気にはなれんな。んで、この雑誌って Engineering って generic なタイトルがついてるから国際的な学術誌かと思ったけど、中国の国内団体の機関紙なのか・・・中国人は凄いけど、玉石混交が激しすぎるからなぁ。

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