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Интернет, гражданская культура и эволюция механизмов координации

Polterovich, Victor (2018): Интернет, гражданская культура и эволюция механизмов координации.

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Abstract

A hypothesis is being advanced and discussed that, with a high initial level of civic culture, the introduction of the Internet contributes to its further development and the expansion of the role of mechanisms for positive collaboration, while at a low initial level, collaboration often turns out to be negative, degenerates into mechanisms of power and intensifies competition between groups of interacting agents. The plausibility of this hypothesis is confirmed by an analysis of the results obtained by different authors. In particular, we consider the links between the spread of electronic social networks and the elements of civil culture, which are prerequisites for collaboration, such as generalized trust, tolerance, altruism and cosmopolitanism.

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