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Physical community vs Virtual community
Transcript of Physical community vs Virtual community
Lidia Gómez Soriano
Emma Carcelén Mc Nally
2. VIRTUAL COMMUNITY
3. TYPES OF VIRTUAL COMMUNITY
4.PHYSICAL COMMUNITY VS VIRTUAL COMMUNITY
A group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common: The scientific community
A particular area or place considered together with its inhabitants: a rural community
A body of nations or states unified by common interests: The European Community
Howard Rheingold - "The Well."
"A virtual community is a community of people sharing common interests, ideas, and feelings over the Internet or on other collaborative networks"
- No geographical delimitation where they take place
-Sense of identity and of pertaining to a group
-Reciprocity, confidence and solidarity
-Rules and obligations
-Share common interests and feelings
TYPES OF VIRTUAL COMMUNITY
Communities based on the particulars of its members
Virtual communities reflecting real communities
Virtual comunities based on purpose
Communities of transactions
Communities of interest
Communities of fantasy
Communities of relationship
COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
Presence of speaker and hearer
The context is affected in virtual communities.
A conversation face to face does not exist in virtual community.
FAMILIARITY SENSATION DISAPEARS.
IS A VIRTUAL COMMUNITY AN ILLUSION
Adolescents even adults that search loneliness since they don’t feel comfortable showing their true identity.
Internet can damage social relationships
Negative stereotypes and prejudices such as sex, race, age and sexual orientation
Virtual communities are more equal than physical communities
The frontiers are OPEN totally in the virtual community
THE BALANCE BETWEEN VIRTUAL AND PHYSICAL COMMUNITIES
WHAT CONCLUSION CAN BE DRAWN FROM ALL THIS
Yus (2001 a: 54-55)
Watson (1997: 124)
Francisco Yus . (2007).
Virtuales reales: nuevas formas de comunidad en la era de internet
. Universidad de Alicante : Publicaciones universidad de Alicante.
Hagel and Armstrong (