DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN PSYCHOSOCIAL CHANGE: INCREASING COMPLEXITIES IN TECHNOLOGIES AND SOCIAL SYSTEMS

Author(s): SOFIA BRATU
sofiabratu@yahoo.com
MARIA ANDRONIE
andronie_maria@hotmail.com
ADELA VOICU
voicu_adelle@yahoo.com
IOANA DIANA VOLOACA
ioanavoloaca@gmail.com
MATEI GEORGESCU
matei.georgescu@yahoo.com
Spiru Haret University, Bucharest
Journal: Proceedings of the 1st IISHSS International Conference on the Economics and Psychosociology of Intercultural Relations in the Contemporary Mediascape
Volume: 1
Year: 2011
Full text: http://www.contemporaryscienceassociation.net
Publisher: Addleton Academic Publishers, New York

Abstract.

The main objective of this paper is to explore and describe the integration of non-spatial information into mental representations, social identification and inter-group stereotyping, and the politics of the global expansion process. Decety and Sommerville hold that the self is a multi-dimensional construct that relies on a distributed neural network that encompasses shared self–other representations, viewing it as a collection of interconnected regions that are essential for the subjective experience of a “self.” Schaller et al. observe that the contents of stereotypes are influenced by various sorts of biases in attention to, encoding of, and recall for information about groups and group members. Downie and Schudson put it that in the plurality of the American media universe, advocacy journalism is growing. pp. 189–198

Keywords: digital technology, psychosocial change, social system

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