Valeurs du contact et valeurs en contact dans les pratiques du SMS chez les adolescents

Moise, Raluca
December 2010
Romanian Journal of Journalism & Communication / Revista Romana ;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p63
Academic Journal
The SMS (Short Message Service) has become a phenomenon which comprises diverse public reactions. Different attitudes contribute creating multiple representations of this phenomenon (the mass-media, teachers, TV shows or specific websites). The SMS becomes a culture formed by very different uses to its numerous and diverse users. We think that the SMS passed over its initial functions, those of communication and socialization, becoming a frame for creativity and artistic innovation.


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