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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
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Rethinking the Relationships between Real Societies and Cyberspaces

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Location: Poznań, Poland
Date: 30 Aug 11:00 - 15:30

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Room 2.4

Social sciences have a tendency, more or less, to distinguish cyberspaces from the real societies; some researchers deal with cyberspaces as a cluster of samples or as the interacting significant other of the real societies, while the others argue the two are more on skew lines, never to totally cross one another. However, now that online communication has become an indispensable part of offline relationships, we are being required to count more various patterns of relationships between the two. (Refer to Daniel Miller's online-based research project ""Why we post."") This panel takes presentations on case studies of South Korean socio-cultures, especially under consideration. South Korea's connection to the Internet already took eleventh place in the world in 2017, but it is still growing most rapidly among the top fifteens. Another significant feature of Korean cyberspaces is that it is strongly tied with the monolingual culture whose socio-cultures are strongly integrated. By focusing on it, it would become more effective to discuss on the ties between the online and the offline. Presentations that focus on different areas will also be welcome. Comparing with each other's environment and conclusion, this panel will be getting close to our goal, a theoretical brainstorming, not ending up as a series of miscellaneous online ethnographies.

Conveners

  • P 61.1
    • Dr. Ota, Shimpei (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan)
    • Dr. Petersen, Martin (National Museum of Denmark)
  • P 61.2
    • Dr. Ota, Shimpei (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan)
    • Dr. Petersen, Martin (National Museum of Denmark)

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Displaying 11 contributions out of 11
Today's manifestation and self-presentation of traditional cultures are increasingly finding place on the Internet forums, social networks and ethnically oriented sites. In global terms the growing role of virtual life is rapidly updating this type of communication, giving the opportunity to express opinions (sometimes anonymous) on various debatable aspects including some issues of ethnicity with ... More
Presented by Dr. Svetlana BELORUSSOVA on 30/8/2019 at 11:40
This presentation aims to clarify how Tibetan people in North India recognize and experience their relationships with others in real lives and cyberspaces. This presentation also tries to show the continuity and the interaction between them rather than their separation. As we can see from the Arab Spring, cyberspaces have been closely related to people’s behavior and politics since 2000. India ... More
Presented by Dr. Chihiro NAKAYASHIKI on 30/8/2019 at 12:00
Recent scandals concerning the ab/use of personal data by internet giants such as Facebook or Google sparks a new discussion of how to ethically construct, collect and analyse datasets in cyberspace and what impact can these datasets have on the “real” world. Following argument made by Patricia Ticineto Clough concerning the “datalogical turn” and its relation to sociological unconscious, ... More
Presented by Martin TREMČINSKÝ on 30/8/2019 at 12:25
Korean Dreams and K-pop Realities: Towards a typology of Danish Hallyu fans examines the advent of Danish youth, who, in varying degrees of intensity and by dissimilar means, identify with and belong to the loose cultural geography of Korea and East Asia. They aspire to integrate into the Korean social fabric through career choice, and produce K-pop realities by performing Korean dance, conforming ... More
Presented by Dr. Martin PETERSEN on 30/8/2019 at 12:20
This presentation focuses on the growing process and diversification of online healthcare in China’s problematic situation of healthcare. In China, more than 800 million people are using the Internet and most of them are mobile users. Mobile technology has become indispensable to everyday life. Cybermedicine has also gained popularity in China. In fact, China has been suffering from the insuffic ... More
Presented by Dr. Woojong MOON on 30/8/2019 at 11:45
I consider the emergence of anti-rape activism within and beyond the bounds of the post-apartheid South African university. Rhodes University and Wits University have been sites of feminism, naked protest action and anti-rape campaigns that have moved beyond the campus and into other public spaces. I position the #RememberKwezi silent protest lead by four Black womxn students as a lens in which to ... More
Presented by Mbali MAZIBUKO
The term “Hell-Choson” gave a big shock to South Korean society when it explosively spread online in 2015. It reflects the political-economic distress drove many South Korean youths to claim that their country was as hard for them to survive in just as the hell, and that the authoritarian classified socioculture was unchained since Choson dynasty. Some laughed at them arguing there was no heav ... More
Presented by Dr. Shimpei OTA on 30/8/2019 at 11:00
William Gibson in his 1984 science-fiction novel Neuromancer introduced the term “Cyberspace”, a fictional space distinct from the real world. For years, cyberspace seemed to be an unlikely reality until the proliferation of the internet. Advancement of technology gave birth to artificial intelligence, augmented reality and others, resulting in a creation of a space of interaction for the real ... More
Presented by Adrija BOSE on 30/8/2019 at 12:45
Sakhalin repatriates origin to Japanese who could not escape from Karafuto (South Sakhalin) and continue to live there after the end of World War Second when this territory became a part of USSR. After long experience of living in USSR and later Russia, after appearing of 2nd and 3rd generations who never been to Japan and who can not speak Japanese, in 1990s Sakhalin Japanese became the object of ... More
Presented by Dr. Siarhei SAKUMA on 30/8/2019 at 12:05
On May 2018, the news of over 500 Yemeni refugees arriving in Jeju Island spread across Korea. As the refugee issue had been an unfamiliar topic in Korea, the sudden influx of so many refugees caused an upstir. The Yemeni people that had been suffering from severe internal conflicts arrived to Jeju Island, South Korea in early 2018 from Malaysia through the visa-free arrival system. Although Korea ... More
Presented by Dr. Gi Yeon KOO on 30/8/2019 at 9:20
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