Social-Informatics

Social-Informatics – University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences – The notion of social informatics relates to the interaction between society and ICT (information-communication technologies). In its broadest sense it covers: 1) the social consequences of ICT at micro (e.g. social aspects of ICT applications at personal and organisational level) as well as at macro level (e.g. information society studies), 2) the application of ICT in the area of social sciences, and 3) the use of ICT as a tool for studying social phenomena (within social science methodology). This university sites has the following social informatics categories: a) Journals, b) Study Programs, c) Associations, d) Research Centres, e) Blogs, and f) Forum. This has been added to Social Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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