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Génération Y : Les jeunes et les réseaux sociaux, de la dérision à la…

by Monique Dagnaud

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Monique Dagnaud examine dans ce livre les comportements de la nouvelle génération ,dite génération Y, et internet. En effet les personnes âgées entre 15 et 30 ans ont grandit avec internet et vécu leur adolescence à travers les réseaux sociaux tels que Twitter , Facebook.... et le web. L'auteur cherche ici à comprendre si cette présence presque permanente sur la toile à amené un dérèglement et un bouleversement chez cette partie de la population. Cet ouvrage anthropologique montre l'importance presque vitale de l'internet dans la vie de la nouvelle génération.
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