Tagging et folksonomies : pragmatique de l'orientation sur le Web

Abstract : This research proposes an anlysis of tagging systems uses on the Web. Tagging is not a simple personnal tool of web ressources categorization but classifications emerging from free tags indexation, named folksonomies, allow Internet users to create physical and interpretative supports which produce new forms of social navigation. Those tagging networks give the opportunity to Internet users to navigate and to act in the complex and abundant Web universe, but they are also coordination supports with other Internet users. Tags appear as conventionnal supports which allow coordination of actions in variable-geometry collectives. In those more or less identified and large collectives, members share common vocabulary and interests. Based on a socio-technical approach, we study coupling between conception and uses of tagging systems. We explain that tagging proposes an under construction and alternative way to architecture and accessibility politics of the Web ressources
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Maxime Crépel. Tagging et folksonomies : pragmatique de l'orientation sur le Web. Ordinateur et société [cs.CY]. Université Rennes 2, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011REN20038⟩. ⟨tel-00650319⟩



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