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Alone together why we expect more from technology and less from each other

In "Alone Together," MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives. It's a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for--and sacrificing--in a world of electronic companions and social networking tools, and an argument that, despite the hand-waving of today's self-described prophets of the future, it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivity.

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  • "In "Alone Together," MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives. It's a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for--and sacrificing--in a world of electronic companions and social networking tools, and an argument that, despite the hand-waving of today's self-described prophets of the future, it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivity."
  • "In "Alone Together," MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives. It's a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for--and sacrificing--in a world of electronic companions and social networking tools, and an argument that, despite the hand-waving of today's self-described prophets of the future, it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivity."@en
  • ""In "Alone Together", MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives. It's a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for--and sacrificing--in a world of electronic companions and social networking tools, and an argument that, despite the hand-waving of today's self-described prophets of the future, it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivity.""
  • ""In 'Alone Together, ' MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives. It's a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for--and sacrificing--in a world of electronic companions and social networking tools, and an argument that, despite the hand-waving of today's self-described prophets of the future, it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivity"--Provided by publisher."@en
  • "In "Alone Together, " MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives. It's a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for--and sacrificing--in a world of electronic companions and social networking tools, and an argument that, despite the hand-waving of today's self-described prophets of the future, it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivity.--Résumé de l'éditeur."
  • "In "Alone Together," MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives. It's a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for--and sacrificing--in a world of electronic companions and social networking tools, and an argument that, despite the hand-waving of today's self-described prophets of the future, it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivity"
  • ""Comment les nouvelles technologies ont-elles redessiné le paysage de nos vies affectives et de notre intimité ? Telle est la question centrale de 'Seuls ensemble'. Pour y répondre, l'anthropologue Sherry Turkle a étudié pendant quinze ans nos relations avec les objets technologiques. Elle a observé chez les utilisateurs de robots de compagnie une tendance à les considérer comme vivants et à se laisser duper par leurs réactions préprogrammées. Un nouveau fantasme est ainsi en train d'émerger, où des substituts technologiques, sûrs et sans surprises, pourraient bientôt remplacer les relations interpersonnelles, éprouvantes et imparfaites. Elle a constaté qu'une dynamique similaire était à l'œuvre dans nos rapports aux nouvelles technologies en général. L'ultra-connectivité s'accompagne de comportements compulsifs qui mettent en péril les bienfaits d'une certaine solitude, nécessaire à la construction de soi. Ses enquêtes sur les adolescents révèlent leur dépendance accrue aux smartphones et leur tendance à préférer les interactions médiatisées à celles en tête à tête - considérées comme trop risquées et et trop exigeantes. Ce livre captivant a eu un grand retentissement aux États-Unis, car il montre, preuves à l'appui, comment nous nous coupons de ce qui est au fondement de toute relation humaine : l'altérité et sa part d'imprévisibilité, de risques et de plaisirs, à jamais inaccessibles à des systèmes informatiques." [Source : 4e de couv.]."

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  • "Alone Together : Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other"
  • "Qun ti xing gu du : wei shen me wo men dui ke ji qi dai geng duo, dui bi ci que bu neng geng qin mi"
  • "Seuls ensemble : de plus en plus de technologies, de moins en moins de relations humaines"
  • "Verloren unter 100 Freunden Wie wir in der digitalen Welt seelisch verkümmern"
  • "Alone together : why we expect more form technology and less from each other"
  • "群体性孤独 : 为什么我们对科技期待更多,对彼此却不能更亲密"
  • "Verloren unter 100 Freunden : wie wir in der digitalen Welt seelisch verkümmern"
  • "Alone together why we expect more from technology and less from each other"
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