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Toward a Research Agenda on Digital Media and Humanity Well-Being

1 ISC-PIF - Institut des Systèmes Complexes - Paris Ile-de-France
2 CAMS - Centre d'Analyse et de Mathématique sociales
3 IP Paris - Institut Polytechnique de Paris
4 CIS - Centre Internet et Société
5 Université de Maastricht
6 Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
7 LISST - Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Solidarités, Sociétés, Territoires
8 Institut Supérieur de Gestion Tunis, Tunisia
9 University of Warsaw, Poland
10 University of Urbino
11 Lusófona University [Lisbon]
12 University of Ca’ Foscari [Venice, Italy]
13 MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge
14 LPTM - UMR 8089 - Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modélisation
15 UW - University of Warsaw
16 UPM - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
17 UB - Universitat de Barcelona
18 GUT - Gdańsk University of Technology
19 TUT - Tampere University of Technology [Tampere]
20 LIAS - IMM - Centre de Linguistique Anthropologique et Sociolinguistique - Institut Marcel Mauss
21 Sciences Po - Sciences Po
22 German Research Center for AI
23 BU - Bournemouth University [Poole]
24 Maastricht University [Maastricht]
25 CEU - Central European University [Budapest, Hongrie]
26 MRC CBU - Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
27 SLU - Saint Louis University
28 CMB - Centre Marc Bloch
29 LSCP - Laboratoire de sciences cognitives et psycholinguistique
30 Uni.lu - Université du Luxembourg
31 University of Rome
32 Neuroscience BU, Starlab Barcelona
33 Re-Imagine Europa
34 ICST-CNR - Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies
35 CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
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Mark Buchanan
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Emmanuel Lazega
Camille Roth

Résumé

In the 2020s, an American citizen will spend an average of 6h35 a day on social media, compared to 3h35 for television. As for social networks, which were non-existent less than 20 years ago, about 40\% of US citizens use them at least once a week as source of news and they now have an estimated 60-70% penetration rate worldwide. This means that in less than a generation, digital media have radically transformed the way we inform and socialize, and that this transformation is still ongoing as older generations are gradually replaced by digital natives. From a scientific point of view, this transformation generates many phenomena to be studied, and even "unknown unknowns" whose effects will be revealed only with time. This roadmap covers the issues, impacts and future challenges of digital media as they relate to human well-being in the broadest sense, from mental health to the health of democracies. Its objective is to initiate a new interdisciplinary research community in this field, to define a research agenda, to formulate recommendations for future digital media policy and design, and to inspire future EU calls for projects to develop innovative and transdisciplinary research on these societal challenges. The roadmap is the result of the EU-funded project DIGEING conducted by an international consortium with the help of an interdisciplinary advisory group of international experts. Its writing was based on an hybrid methodology developped at CNRS and powered by GarganText, where the advisory group acted both as catalyst and guide for a larger collaborative mapping of the state-of-the-art and identification of challenges of that emerging field. More than forty researchers from fourteen European countries have contributed to the writing of this roadmap. This roadmap is complemented by online interactive maps that can be used by researchers to situate themselves in this evolving scientific landscape and by research funding agencies to launch new calls for projects.
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hal-04091733 , version 1 (09-05-2023)
hal-04091733 , version 2 (14-05-2023)

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Chavalarias David, Antonio A. Casilli, Alexandre Delanoë, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Beatrice De Gelder, et al.. Toward a Research Agenda on Digital Media and Humanity Well-Being. CNRS. 2023. ⟨hal-04091733v1⟩
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