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Communication and social production of knowledge

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abandonment ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
access ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
accessible web’s distributed architecture Visibility
actions web’s distributed architecture Visibility
active communication Visibility
affirmation communication Visibility
alternative visions web’s distributed architecture Visibility
any filter web’s distributed architecture Visibility
any problem communication Visibility
autopoietic communication Visibility
background ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
belief systems communication Visibility
borders web’s distributed architecture Visibility
centralised web’s distributed architecture Visibility
choices communication Visibility
civil society communication Visibility
closure to change web’s distributed architecture Visibility
collective communication Visibility
collective intelligence web’s distributed architecture Visibility
common good communication Visibility
communication communication Visibility
Communication web’s distributed architecture Visibility
communication technologies web’s distributed architecture Visibility
communicative opportunities web’s distributed architecture Visibility
communicative praxis web’s distributed architecture Visibility
complexity web’s distributed architecture Visibility
conflict web’s distributed architecture Visibility
confusion web’s distributed architecture Visibility
consumption communication Visibility
context web’s distributed architecture Visibility
contradictions communication Visibility
control ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
control logics web’s distributed architecture Visibility
convinced ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
cooperation communication Visibility
coordination web’s distributed architecture Visibility
crisis ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
criteria of hierarchy web’s distributed architecture Visibility
critically aware communication Visibility
critical mass web’s distributed architecture Visibility
cultural communication Visibility
cultural processes ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
cultural uniformity web’s distributed architecture Visibility
culture web’s distributed architecture Visibility
debate communication Visibility
decisions ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
deficit communication Visibility
democratic systems communication Visibility
democratisation web’s distributed architecture Visibility
de-responsibilisation communication Visibility
de-structuring web’s distributed architecture Visibility
development web’s distributed architecture Visibility
deviation ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
disaggregation communication Visibility
disappearing communication Visibility
distribution ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
dominating media arena web’s distributed architecture Visibility
duties communication Visibility
economic communication Visibility
economy communication Visibility
Ecosystem web’s distributed architecture Visibility
elaboration web’s distributed architecture Visibility
emancipation web’s distributed architecture Visibility
emancipation process communication Visibility
emergence communication Visibility
epoch communication Visibility
equality web’s distributed architecture Visibility
era ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
ethic communication Visibility
exchange web’s distributed architecture Visibility
exclusively owned knowledge web’s distributed architecture Visibility
finance communication Visibility
forced ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
forever continuous ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
formal communication Visibility
fragmentation communication Visibility
freedom web’s distributed architecture Visibility
global web’s distributed architecture Visibility
global economy ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
globalisation ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
global production system communication Visibility
global relational network web’s distributed architecture Visibility
hierarchical web’s distributed architecture Visibility
hierarchy ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
homo faber ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
horizontal web’s distributed architecture Visibility
icon ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
indeterminacy ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
individual communication Visibility
individualism communication Visibility
individuals web’s distributed architecture Visibility
informal communication Visibility
information web’s distributed architecture Visibility
informed communication Visibility
initial conditions web’s distributed architecture Visibility
institutions ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
instrumental rationality communication Visibility
interconnected economy web’s distributed architecture Visibility
interdependence communication Visibility
Internet web’s distributed architecture Visibility
irreversible transformation web’s distributed architecture Visibility
knowledge web’s distributed architecture Visibility
knowledge- based economy web’s distributed architecture Visibility
knowledge sharing communication Visibility
knowledge society web’s distributed architecture Visibility
lack of definitition communication Visibility
leap in quality web’s distributed architecture Visibility
learning web’s distributed architecture Visibility
liberty communication Visibility
life world ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
limits web’s distributed architecture Visibility
local web’s distributed architecture Visibility
logic of dominion communication Visibility
loneliness communication Visibility
mass media communication Visibility
mass media system web’s distributed architecture Visibility
means of communication ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
mediation communication Visibility
mistrust communication Visibility
modernity ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
money communication Visibility
more participatory democracy web’s distributed architecture Visibility
myths communication Visibility
negative deregulation communication Visibility
networked public spheres web’s distributed architecture Visibility
networks communication Visibility
network society web’s distributed architecture Visibility
new forms communication Visibility
new humanism web’s distributed architecture Visibility
new media communication Visibility
new values communication Visibility
new world-system ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
norm ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
objects ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
obsessed ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
obsessive need communication Visibility
old architecture web’s distributed architecture Visibility
old media plaform web’s distributed architecture Visibility
‘old’ public sphere web’s distributed architecture Visibility
opinion communication Visibility
opinions web’s distributed architecture Visibility
opportunity web’s distributed architecture Visibility
order ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
participation communication Visibility
passage communication Visibility
passiveness web’s distributed architecture Visibility
perception communication Visibility
physical capital ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
platform web’s distributed architecture Visibility
political communication Visibility
political action ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
political decisions web’s distributed architecture Visibility
political economy of insecurity communication Visibility
politicisation communication Visibility
politics ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
popular sovereignty communication Visibility
positions communication Visibility
possibility web’s distributed architecture Visibility
power web’s distributed architecture Visibility
power system communication Visibility
praxis ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
precariousness communication Visibility
private web’s distributed architecture Visibility
problem web’s distributed architecture Visibility
production web’s distributed architecture Visibility
productivity without workers communication Visibility
protection ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
public web’s distributed architecture Visibility
public opinion communication Visibility
public sphere communication Visibility
radicalizations communication Visibility
rapprochement communication Visibility
real web’s distributed architecture Visibility
real time ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
reduction web’s distributed architecture Visibility
re-establishing communication Visibility
reference group web’s distributed architecture Visibility
reflexiveness ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
representation communication Visibility
resource communication Visibility
re-thinking ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
reticular web’s distributed architecture Visibility
rights communication Visibility
risk web’s distributed architecture Visibility
risks web’s distributed architecture Visibility
sacrifice communication Visibility
sense of belonging communication Visibility
services ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
social communication Visibility
social action web’s distributed architecture Visibility
social actors communication Visibility
social asymmetries web’s distributed architecture Visibility
social cooperation web’s distributed architecture Visibility
social knowledge web’s distributed architecture Visibility
social media web’s distributed architecture Visibility
social media & networks communication Visibility
social movements web’s distributed architecture Visibility
social process communication Visibility
social promotion communication Visibility
social relations ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
social relationships communication Visibility
social systems’ connective tissue web’s distributed architecture Visibility
social ties communication Visibility
society communication Visibility
socio-political dynamics ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
solution ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
sovereign individual communication Visibility
space communication Visibility
spirit of the information age web’s distributed architecture Visibility
strengthening communication Visibility
Subject web’s distributed architecture Visibility
sustainable web’s distributed architecture Visibility
system communication Visibility
systemic anomalies web’s distributed architecture Visibility
systems of belonging communication Visibility
technological communication Visibility
technologies communication Visibility
technology communication Visibility
theory ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
ties web’s distributed architecture Visibility
time communication Visibility
total communication ecosystem of knowledge Visibility
traditional industrial model web’s distributed architecture Visibility
trust web’s distributed architecture Visibility
tutelage communication Visibility
two drivers communication Visibility
utilitarianism communication Visibility
virtual web’s distributed architecture Visibility
visibility communication Visibility
weakening web’s distributed architecture Visibility
Web’s distributed architecture web’s distributed architecture Visibility
western rationality communication Visibility
work communication Visibility
workers' communication Visibility
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abandonment of hierarchy
abandonment of order
access measures social relations
actions alternative to dominating media arena
actions in new networked public spheres
active within their networks
affirmation of individualism
affirmation of utilitarianism
alternative visions alternative to traditional industrial model
background for a new new world-system
borders between private
borders between public
centralised ???? old architecture
choices are less collective
choices are more individual
civil society in which politics
collective intelligence are conditions for a platform
Communication in times of crisis
Communication perturbs development
Communication is the base of an Ecosystem
Communication has become totally horizontal
Communication together with knowledge
Communication is both social process
Communication is both technology
communication technologies have power
communicative praxis has now opportunity
complexity of globalisation
complexity as reflexiveness
complexity requires re-thinking
confusion between real
confusion between virtual
control like institutions
convinced there is solution
coordination of actions
coordination of opinions
crisis isn't only of economy
crisis the institutions
crisis of representation
crisis but is also of society
crisis but is also of western rationality
criteria of hierarchy to access information
criteria of hierarchy to access knowledge
deficit of political
deficit of social
democratic systems based on lack of definitition
democratic systems featured by politicisation
democratic systems based on popular sovereignty
democratisation can break closure to change
democratisation can break control logics
democratisation of culture
democratisation of knowledge
de-responsibilisation of social actors
de-structuring the traditional industrial model
development of alternative visions
development of democratic systems
deviation from the norm
disaggregation in perception
disappearing of mediation
distribution of knowledge
distribution ruled by means of communication
economy causes emergence
economy weakes global production system
economy causes passage
economy weakes workers'
Ecosystem where access
Ecosystem in which complexity
Ecosystem in which are changed cultural processes
Ecosystem in which are changed distribution
Ecosystem characterizes an era
Ecosystem in which are changed global economy
Ecosystem in which homo faber
Ecosystem of knowledge
Ecosystem in which politics
Ecosystem in which are changed production
Ecosystem in which risk
Ecosystem in which are changed socio-political dynamics
elaboration of information
elaboration of knowledge
emancipation process increased freedom
emancipation process increased rights
emancipation process weakened sense of belonging
emancipation process weakened social ties
emergence of political economy of insecurity
epoch marked by affirmation
epoch marked by deficit
epoch marked by fragmentation
epoch marked by mistrust
epoch marked by perception
equality in initial conditions
era of abandonment
era that is forever continuous
era of indeterminacy
era of total communication
ethic of sacrifice
exchange of information
exchange of knowledge
finance deprives politics
forced to take decisions
formal ???? institutions
fragmentation of belief systems
fragmentation is cultural
fragmentation as well as fragmentation
fragmentation is political
fragmentation is social
fragmentation of systems of belonging
global economy with downsizing of physical capital
global economy with new offer of services
globalisation containing contradictions
globalisation of economy
globalisation of finance
globalisation manifested by new forms
globalisation containing radicalizations
globalisation in which two drivers
global relational network are conditions for a platform
hierarchical ???? old architecture
homo faber is convinced
homo faber is icon
homo faber is obsessed
horizontal without any filter
horizontal freeing Subject
icon of modernity
informal ???? institutions
information among individuals
institutions of control
institutions of protection
instrumental rationality characterized by choices
instrumental rationality expressed by disaggregation
instrumental rationality characterized by logic of dominion
interconnected economy guarantees equality
interconnected economy in which politics
interconnected economy conceals risk
interdependence both economic
interdependence both technological
Internet bring leap in quality
irreversible transformation of knowledge
knowledge is accessible
knowledge is common good
knowledge is de-structuring
knowledge makes possible development
knowledge is no more exclusively owned knowledge
knowledge among individuals
knowledge as in knowledge- based economy
knowledge is the base for new humanism
knowledge emerges possibility
knowledge could contribute to rapprochement
knowledge is resource
knowledge is reticular
knowledge into social knowledge
knowledge- based economy causes irreversible transformation
knowledge- based economy will allow new humanism
knowledge sharing fueling networks
knowledge society extended conflict
knowledge society spreaded risks
knowledge society spreaded systemic anomalies
lack of definitition between equality
lack of definitition between liberty
leap in quality of communicative praxis
leap in quality of social action
loneliness recognizable by obsessive need
mass media dominating public
mass media system is old media plaform
means of communication created a background
mediation between life world
mediation between system
mistrust towards formal
mistrust towards informal
myths of productivity without workers
myths of sovereign individual
negative deregulation of social actors
networked public spheres creating critical mass
networks of protection
networks of social promotion
network society guarantees equality
network society have power
network society conceals risk
new forms of interdependence
new media dominating public
new values are consumption
new values are money
new world-system interconnected in real time
obsessed to consume objects
obsessed to produce objects
obsessive need of communication
obsessive need of visibility
old media plaform gave meaning ‘old’ public sphere
opinions alternative to dominating media arena
opinions in new networked public spheres
opportunity of democratisation
passage to risk
passage from work
passiveness in political decisions
perception of loneliness
perception of precariousness
perception of space
perception of time
platform suitable for more participatory democracy
platform suitable for social movements
political ???? participation
politicisation of public sphere
politics of control
politics is forced
politics need to act on social media & networks
positions of power
possibility to spread information
possibility to access information
possibility to access knowledge
possibility to spread knowledge
possibility are conditions for a platform
power to extend communicative opportunities
power to facilitate elaboration
power to facilitate exchange
power to facilitate production
problem of knowledge
problem of learning
production of information
production of knowledge
production ruled by means of communication
public forming of debate
public forming of opinion
public sphere affected by disappearing
public sphere reduced only to representation
public sphere is system
rapprochement between civil society
rapprochement between power system
rapprochement defining the re-establishing
real with consequent passiveness
reduction of complexity
re-establishing less asymmetrical social relationships
re-establishing that means strengthening
reflexiveness throw into crisis
resource can nourishing interconnected economy
resource able to re-establishing
re-thinking of political action
re-thinking of praxis
re-thinking of theory
reticular as Internet
reticular facilitates reduction
reticular as social media
risk of confusion
risk of cultural uniformity
risk as deviation
risk is usual for politics
risk ???? society
risk of weakening
sense of belonging as well as systems of belonging
social ???? participation
social actors must be instead active
social actors must be instead critically aware
social actors must be instead informed
social actors competing for positions
social cooperation are conditions for a platform
social knowledge could enhance emancipation
social knowledge could enhance freedom
social knowledge could reduce social asymmetries
social media bring leap in quality
social media & networks as technologies
social movements are global
social movements are local
social process should be also knowledge sharing
social process of social actors
society changed by disaggregation
society in which emancipation process
society featuring an epoch
society missing ethic
society that is fashioned by myths
society where new values
solution as any problem
solution for any problem
sovereign individual caused de-responsibilisation
sovereign individual hasn't duties
sovereign individual caused negative deregulation
sovereign individual has only rights
spirit of the information age canceled borders
spirit of the information age weakens criteria of hierarchy
strengthening of public opinion
Subject from ties
sustainable the risks
system is autopoietic
system changed by interconnected economy
systemic anomalies over limits
technologies that aren't for control
technologies that are for cooperation
technology are communication technologies
technology as mass media
technology as new media
technology is falsely believed as solution
ties imposed by context
ties imposed by reference group
traditional industrial model of mass media system
trust is linked with problem
trust helps reduction
trust renders sustainable
two drivers are facing each other fragmentation
two drivers are facing each other interdependence
virtual with consequent passiveness
weakening of social systems’ connective tissue
Web’s distributed architecture will substitute centralised
Web’s distributed architecture enhances collective intelligence
Web’s distributed architecture will allow coordination
Web’s distributed architecture is global relational network
Web’s distributed architecture will substitute hierarchical
Web’s distributed architecture amplifies social cooperation
western rationality expressed by globalisation
western rationality connected with instrumental rationality
work ???? society
workers' ???? rights
workers' ???? tutelage

Description

Network of concepts based on paper "COMMUNICATION AND THE SOCIAL PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE A ‘new contract’ for the ‘society of individuals’" of professor Piero Dominici, University of Perugia (Italy). https://twitter.com/dominicipi
Network developed by Massimo Conte, Instructional Designer.  www.linkedin.com/in/conte