• Mathematics
  • Published 2008

Web2.0 under the Actor-Network Theory point-of-view: conceptualization and definition analysis

@inproceedings{Depauw2008Web20UT,
  title={Web2.0 under the Actor-Network Theory point-of-view: conceptualization and definition analysis},
  author={Jeremy Depauw},
  year={2008}
}
Actor-Network Theory (ANT) has been used, amongst others, to support research related to Community of Practices (COP) theory, considering such groups as outcomes of the relations between each of their networks and agents, human, material or whatever (Fox 2000). The evolutionary trends observed on the Internet, and especially the emergence of User Generated Content (UGC), is profoundly influenced by the rise of new types of relations between actors on the World Wide Web. Existing theories and… CONTINUE READING

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