Écologie, écosophie et réseaux numériques

Abstract : In recent decades, the widespread use of digital communication technologies in daily life gave rise to a new relationship between individual and territory. This relationship, in which different actors are increasingly integrated, surpasses the old dichotomous paradigm characterized by the man versus nature's relationship. Therefore, a new notion of environment, interactive and member of the social space is born as a result of technological representation of nature and the dialogue fostered by digital networks with the territory. The overall objective of this research is to investigate the contemporary ecological imaginary phenomenon from the perspective of the contribution of new digital communication technologies to the forms of representation of nature and interaction with the territory. To this end, the ways and means of interaction between individuals, digital communication technologies and territory will be studied, considering examples of practical use of digital technologies already consolidated. From a participatory study on digital networks, as well as case studies, we intend to further study on the contribution of digital networks as an open informative territory to changes in relation to contemporary sociability and contemporary ecological imaginary.
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Adriana Anunciaçao Ramos. Écologie, écosophie et réseaux numériques. Sociologie. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015USPCB201⟩. ⟨tel-01887129⟩

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