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Study on Network Group Events in Science and Technology Philosophical Perspective

Author: XuWenJin
Tutor: LiDongNi
School: Nanchang University
Course: Philosophy of Science and Technology
Keywords: Network groups events Virtual technology Group action Control plight
CLC: C912.6
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2010
Downloads: 504
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Network mass incidents virtual technology combined with the political product of modern society, the government faced a new challenge . Network groups events via the Internet virtual technology users groups on a social phenomenon publish or disseminate information in the public domain in the network to the collective behavior of social concern or event . It has a unique occurrence field domain , event main event object , and have instant explosive the actual situation interactivity , range of WAN and difficult controlling feature . It has some common features with the real mass incidents , but also quite different . Network groups events both a real problem , is also a virtual to seek an interpretation from the theory of many virtual reality theory , the theory of group pressure , mental depression theory groups infection theory can provide a reasonable explanation it . Characteristics of virtual technology has a high degree of interactivity , hidden and discrete , equality and non- intermediary , information diversity is it important to build a good platform . Network groups events also has deep roots , like any other phenomenon , mainly related to human nature root of three aspects of the political roots and identity roots . Because, as a virtual community of Internet users , in reality, he has a specific individual , it has human characteristics , political needs, values ??and identity will be refracted in the virtual world , causing the network groups events . The Internet as a technology product once combined with the political , making it become a double-edged sword , while promoting social development , it also brings a series of problems led to the plight of social control . The rapid development of Internet technology , network to eliminate the barriers of time and space , to reconstruct our lives , has brought new challenges to the government and society . Therefore , from a technical and philosophical perspective , we look at and treat the network mass incidents , the objective facts must be faced .

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