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Axiological landmarks in online communication
Axiological landmarks in online communication

Author(s): Cristina Gelan
Subject(s): Philosophy
Published by: Editura Fundaţia Andrei Saguna
Keywords: online journalism; journalistic standards; linkbuilding; interactivity; shovelware

Summary/Abstract: Started as a military experiment in the middle of the 20th century - the ARPANET, the Internet has continued to have access to an unprecedented development with the creation of the concept of the www (World Wide Web), which acts as a global network of communication. Used initially as a medium of communication is strictly academic, later as a Internet business comes to be used on a large scale and a growing percentage of the population, these being due to technological progress in the IT & T actually leading to competition in the default domain and at prices that make a computer accessible to almost anyone, and it wishes. The Web has also changed the perception of people about the physical and social reality and created new ways to add value. Thus, web network is no longer seen solely as a research tool or simply as a channel for communication, transmission of messages between people, but has acquired a new role, through the medium of journalistic communication. In this sense we try to shape some of the axiological principles proposed in the paper.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 57-66
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: English