Международное управление интернетом: конфликт и сотрудничество
The Proceedings contain papers presented at the XXI International Conference "Internet and Modern Society".
The statement that demand creates its own supply rings true for the smartphone market as well as for any other sector of the market economy. With computerization level of society growing, Internet-based technology advancing, with the increase in Internet penetration of households, growing population mobility and the development of small and medium-sized enterprises, it has become important for an individual to have operative engagement into daily interactions and activities. On the other hand, the development of technologies also requires new advanced features of technical devices.
Preference evaluation of goods or services can be done using one of market research techniques - conjoined analysis. This article continues the series on applying the conjoined analysis technique. To demonstrate the algorithm, features of conducting and interpreting results obtained, the authors use the study results of the smartphone market. The published results of the previous studies provided a detailed description of their preparation stages, described the sample size, statistics of response for a questionnaire, and algorithms from conjoint analysis technique. In particular, it outlines writing source code for the conjoint analysis algorithm using IBM SPSS Statistics command syntax language.
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate a step-by-step algorithm for conjoint analysis as one of the methods for statistical data pro- cessing, based on smartphone consumers survey, conducted by the authors. The article briefly presents the essence of the conjoint analysis, its advantages and disadvantages as a statistical method, the algorithm for preliminary processing of initial data. The authors developed a conjoined analysis and given detailed interpretation of its results. Special attention deserves the analysis and reasoning behind the choice of private utility model, as well as the evaluation of its parameters.
The findings, presented in this article, can be used by experts in statistical data processing and IT market experts. In the future, the authors plan to publish a theoretical article focusing on outlining the essence of the conjoint analysis, its application and operationalization approaches.
Aggressive behavior in the Internet becomes more common among teenagers in Russia and abroad. Cyberbullying is one of the most new and dangerous risks faced by modern teenagers in terms of consequences. The article analyzes the experience of Russian teenagers ' meetings with episodes of harassment on the Internet as an aggressor, victim or witness: the frequency of such meetings, emotional and behavioral responses to them, age and gender differences, moral assessment. This study provides an opportunity to develop measures to prevent and prevent cyberbullying in the framework of psychological and pedagogical work based on empirical data collected in the Russian-language sample, which is extremely important for the effectiveness of the developed programs. Research and applied prospects of work in the sphere of Internet security of teenagers, in particular, raising their awareness and formation of their responsible user position are discussed.
The article is devoted to the problem of information overload of contemporary journalists. The pilot study included 37 in-depth semi-structured interviews with Russian journalists from various fields. Firstly, 9 main reasons for the overload of journalists mentioned by them were identified: the heterogeneity of the media environment; an increase in the distortion of reliable information; the exhaustion of analytical resources; global events; communication overload; compassion fatigue; the specificity of the profession (speed, deadlines); physiological and workflows; focus on the news. Secondly, four levels of overload consequences were identified, which were discussed by informants: physiological (biological), psychological, cognitive and social. The components of these consequences were analyzed in detail. Thirdly, the professional sequences of journalists' overload, which arise from the designated four levels, were analyzed separately. Finally, ways of adapting journalists to information overload were identified.
This year's edition of the WebSci conference (WebSci'18) celebrates the ten year anniversary of the unique conference series where a multitude of disciplines converge in a creative and critical dialogue with the aim of understanding the Web and its impacts.
The WebSci conference brings together researchers from multiple disciplines, like computer science, sociology, economics, information science, anthropology and psychology. Web Science is the emergent study of the people and technologies, applications, processes and practices that shape and are shaped by the World Wide Web. Web Science aims to draw together theories, methods and findings from across academic disciplines, and to collaborate with industry, business, government and civil society, to develop our knowledge and understanding of the Web: the largest socio-technical network in human history.
This year we were very pleased to receive 113 submissions for the regular research track. Given the high quality of submissions, it has been a hard job to decide which of the contributions to select for the conference. We are grateful for the support of the Program Committee which consisted of 10 senior members and 35 regular members. All PC members worked hard, based on which we could select an interesting, varied, exciting program comprising 30 long and 15 short papers.
Modern teenagers immerse in the social networking sites is a debatable issue among parents, psychologists and educators. Researches describing the phenomenon of social graphs and their attractiveness are rather contradictory. Based on the fact that this new technology has become the most demanded among young people we can assume that social networks available adequate puberty period are. Thus puts forward the hypothesis that through the study of social networks as a new resource meets the needs of puberty is possible to construct the present demands and leading activity of the modern teenager. Special attention is paid to the study of developmental potential of social networks for education and socialization of adolescents.