Réseaux sociaux professionnels : instruments d'empowerment professionnel ? : analyse de cas de consultants RH et de recruteurs sur LinkedIn

Abstract : This doctoral dissertation focuses on the use of professional network services by Human Resource staff registered on LinkedIn. The aim is to understand the new possibilities and the constraints induced by the RSNP in terms of "self-representation". The literature review shows that a LinkedIn profile can be used in two main ways : for individual and institutional uses. Moreover, it appears that the profile could potentially allow users to increase their efficiency at work by making their image known to a large number of people, to develop relationships with other professionals or develop self-confidence. An initial typology of users is proposed based on the sociology of PNS. A semiotic analysis of LinkedIn profiles and comprehensive research interviews also validate a typology of users. The results show that a cleavage between two major types of use seems to appear. The common purpose of institutional use is to be more efficient at work. At the same time, individual use mainly pursues an objective of self-mediatization.
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Hélène Hoblingre Klein. Réseaux sociaux professionnels : instruments d'empowerment professionnel ? : analyse de cas de consultants RH et de recruteurs sur LinkedIn. Education. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAG047⟩. ⟨tel-02133972⟩

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