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Piermarco Aroldi

Piermarco Aroldi
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Vita e Pensiero
Piermarco Aroldi è professore Associato presso la Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione di Milano e Piacenza, dove insegna "Sociologia dei processi culturali e comunicativi", "Media e culture dell'infanzia" e "Teorie e tecniche dei nuovi media".
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Libri dell'autore

Editoriale digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2016 - 2
Anno: 2016
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Digital generation? Giovani e nuove tecnologie della comunicazione, al di là degli stereoptipi digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 1
Anno: 2012
P. Aroldi, Digital generation? Young people and new communication technologies, beyond the rhetoric Young people seem to have a peculiar relationship with Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), and some scholars are accostumed to refer to them as a generation of «digital natives». Such a rhetoric approach, very common in social discourses, is here questioned because it tends to hide the complexity of the sociological notion of «generation» and the differences still standing among young people about digital and internet literacies: a sort of digital divide in access and uses, affecting both intragenerational and intergenerational relationships. Digital competences for identity expression, social and political participation, learning and creativity are evaluated as far as tools for empowering youth’s agency and life-chances, focussing on conflicting dynamics of emancipation, on the one side, and reproduction of social, economic and cultural capitals of the families, on the other side. Key words: Youth, ICTs, internet, agency, digital divide, generations.
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Manager, bracconieri e jazzisti: l'esperienza del tempo e del ritmo nell'era della comunicazione digitale digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2011 - 3
Anno: 2011
The rise of the network society and the digitalization of communication processes changed modern experience of time and rhythm; notwithstanding a lot of theories account timeless time, real time and network time as a consistent and typical kind of temporality of internet and mobile communication devices, forcing our everyday experience of time and rhythm in a very deterministic way, technical affordances, cultural forms and users’ practices describe a more complex, pluralistic and flexible kind of temporality. Users’ everyday practices of CMC and ICT look like a jazz performance, that includes qualities such as «swinging», improvising, group interaction, developing an «individual voice» on the basis of their social position, habitus and moral economy. Key words: time, rhythm, communication, internet, mobility.
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