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https://doi.org/10.34075/cs.57.2.2

Interpersonal communication in the digital age. In support of “media ecology”

Ana Jeličić ; Sveučilišni odjel za forenzične znanosti Sveučilišta u Splitu, Split, Hrvatska


Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 454 Kb

str. 213-240

preuzimanja: 18

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The way of communication between people has changed significantly with the development of communication technologies, and especially social networks. The consequences of new communication habits are reflected in all spheres of human life. They are not only behavioural but are also psychological, cognitive, emotional, physical, and spiritual nature. In order to concretize these changes, this paper analyses and compares the reflections of several contemporary authors (S. Tubs, N. Carr, M. Spitzer, S. Turkle, U. Galimberti, K. K Reardon, M. McLuhan, F. Colombo) which detect scientific and (bio)ethical challenges in the relationship human being-communication technology. Respecting pluriperspectivity as a methodological determinant of integrative bioethics, the consequences of closedness between people is analyzed from the philosophical, anthropological, communicological, medical and theological aspects. Finally, the philosophy of dialogue of M. Buber and the message of Pope Francis from the encyclical Fratelli tutti are valorized from a bioethical perspective. The aim is to find orientation in humanizing and bioethicizing (digital) communication. The purposes are revitalizing interpersonal I-YOU relationships and building “media ecology”.

Ključne riječi

interpersonal communication, digital society, so­cial networks, technology, (bio)ethics, media ecology, M. Buber, Fratelli tutti

Hrčak ID:

279514

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/279514

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