A tecitura do conhecimento nas redes sociais: habitat das inteligências coletivas

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Meister, Izabel Patrícia
Peña, Maria de Los Dolores Jimenez
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Martins, Mirian Celeste Ferreira Dias
Ribeiro, José Maria Gonçalves da Silva
Azevedo, Wilton Luiz de
Oliveira, Lucila Maria Pesce de
Educação, Arte e História da Cultura
This thesis is inserted in the context of social networks, which is embedded in cyberspace. For the complex nature of the phenomenon investigated, this research takes a multidisciplinary approach as fundamental and works with three guiding principles: knowledge, collective intelligence and complexity. This multidisciplinary look also leads the need for a qualitative approach because is treating a process. The method is virtual ethnographic research that allowed us to observe and track records of social networks chosen: The Colearn Community in Tool Library, the Colearn group and the Filtros Educação & Aprendizagem XXI group, both on Facebook. The investigation in these social networks revealed this predominant social space can be configured as a space of creation and acquisition of knowledge. It indicates that this knowledge is particular in the network. It is constructed from the overlap between the knowledge and collective intelligences that become part of a connection-based process. It calls this phenomenon as weaving because it involves the relationship between convergence and expansion determined by the State of Relevance in addition to interacting agents and contexts. This condition is the main finding of this thesis. The weaving of knowledge in social networks: habitat of collective intelligences reveals a self-perspective from the importance of social networks facing the contemporary knowledge.
redes sociais , conhecimento , inteligência coletiva , convergência , expansão , estado de relevância , social networks , knowledge , collective intelligence , convergence , expansion , state of relevance
MEISTER, Izabel Patrícia. A tecitura do conhecimento nas redes sociais: habitat das inteligências coletivas. 2012. 180 f. Tese (Doutorado em Educação, Arte e História) - Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, São Paulo, 2012.