[Air-L] Categorisation/taxonomy of online social systems?
Thierry.NABETH at insead.edu
Tue Nov 24 14:18:12 PST 2009
>> I did a similar study with virtual worlds using a faceted
What are the facets that you are using?
Are you using them to compare to other social platforms?
Indeed, what I am trying to understand the diversity of these platforms
(so as to understand why some of them work in some contexts and others
in other contexts).
Concerning Virtual Worlds, I came across recently an interesting paper:
Virtual worlds - past, present, and future: New directions in social
Paul R. Messinger, Eleni Stroulia, Kelly Lyons, Michael Bone, Run H.
Kristen Smirnov, Stephen Perelgut
Decision Support Systems 47 (2009) 204-228
From: Sarah Robbins [mailto:intellagirl at gmail.com]
Sent: mardi 24 novembre 2009 19:51
To: NABETH Thierry
Cc: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
Subject: Re: [Air-L] Categorisation/taxonomy of online social systems?
Thierry: I did a similar study with virtual worlds using a faceted
classification approach. Perhaps you could use the same method to do the
same? I'm happy to share resources if you're interested.
Sarah "Intellagirl" Robbins
PhD Candidate, Ball State University
Director of Emerging Technologies, Kelley Executive Partners at Indiana
SecondLife: Intellagirl Tully
On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 1:38 PM, NABETH Thierry
<Thierry.NABETH at insead.edu> wrote:
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