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Pratiques informationnelles informelles des adolescents (14 - 18 ans) sur le Web

Abstract : From an analytical reading of general surveys and the material collected during a fieldwork (59 semi-structured interviews of young pupils between 14 and 18 years old with an internet connection at home), we suggest approaching the reality of the informal informative practices of a group of teenagers. The discriminating individuality of these practices through a typology based on the uses of Web as means of information is so approached. This work highlights the dominating place of the academic Web searches, prescribed or not, within these common manners at the same time as it insists on the individual initiative as the marker of an increasingly individualized report in the information and also the knowledge. Some o f these teenagers are able to build a individual information project, deciding to search, at home, about personal topics or either academic ones. Representations, about searching the internet and how to be competent in, are also coming out. We are showing the persuasive power of the tools like Google, confused by the young's with their own willing to search information. Finally, we are trying to define the notion of practice or use in a digital environment.
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Karine Aillerie. Pratiques informationnelles informelles des adolescents (14 - 18 ans) sur le Web. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université Paris-Nord - Paris XIII, 2011. Français. ⟨tel-00653958⟩



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