你是移动型识读者(Mobiliterate)吗?

#研究分享#【你是移动型识读者(Mobiliterate)吗?】研究者透过技术和社会研究的视角,分析了文化和语言的变迁,认为新媒介的移动性和连通性正在改变传播的心理动力学,并且深刻影响了当代的思想和表达,正在形成一种独特的混合了口语和书写文化的传播、行为和知识获取的类型:Mobiliteracy。

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【文章全文】Mobiliteracy: Applying Ong’s Psychodynamic Characteristics to Users of Mobile Communication Technology

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This essay will utilize Ong’s nine characteristics of orally based thought and expression to define a new hybridized culture that I will refer to as “mobiliterate.” It is not my intent here to specifically address the impacts of technology on formal education or literacy as the ability for one to read and write. Rather, this essay will explore broader cultural and linguistic changes. Through technical and sociological research points, I will argue that the mobility and connectivity of new media are changing the psychodynamics of communication and dramatically impacting contemporary thought and expression.

K. Conclusion

Mobiliteracy blends psychodynamics of orality and literacy to create a unique framework for communication, behavior, and acquisition of knowledge. Mobile communication is simultaneously additive and subordinative and operates somewhat independent of formal language constructs. Metadata and formulary baggage such as hashtags, coupled with systematized access to data makes mobility both aggregative and analytic in nature. Mobiliterate communication demonstrates redundancy, yet in a way that is individually liberal as opposed to traditionalist oral thought. Because mobile devices are ubiquitous in today’s culture, their use is becoming increasingly close to our deepest human experiences. As a result, mobiliterates may demonstrate agnostic and situational thinking. Finally, in an effort to maintain homeostasis in a collapsing social context, mobiliterates have learned to be objectively participatory in the exchange of information and acquisition of knowledge.

Mobile technology is an extremely fast-growing technology with implications that are just beginning to be understood. This essay has attempted to outline the shift in cognition and communication among the mobiliterates, and I believe we will see further evolutions as mobile technology gains deeper adoption across socioeconomic groups. Further research will demonstrate how exactly mobility is changing our culture and cognition, but I believe that contemplating the unique traits of orality, literacy, and mobiliteracy will be important in addressing why these changes are taking place. By understanding the psychodynamics of mobiliterates, I believe we can begin to address the technology’s impacts on important aspects of society such as education and public service.

【文章作者】James Jarc

【文章来源】COMMUNICATION RESEARCH TRENDS VOLUME 33 (2014) NO. 1 — 21

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