Cyberspace is standing out there waiting for us to study it from a psychosocial perspective. A lot of work has been done by researchers in these past years but what is still missing is a discussion over the structure of a genuine psychosocial point of view. The authors in this work discuss the opportunity to found this point of view on a three pillars: a theory of subjects, a theory of objects and a theory of processes relevant to the features of artifacts and services active in Cyberspace. The issues raised here constitute just the first essential step towards a definitive study of communication technology and the culture that has grown up around it: its goal is to open a conceptual and dialogical space to settle theoretical, methodological and operational standards to study cyber-interaction.
|Title of host publication||Internet a psychologia|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|