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    Title: 俗民分類與知識型:Tag的資訊秩序
    Folksonomy and Episteme: The Information Order about Tagging
    Authors: 吳筱玫
    Wu, Hsiao-Mei
    Contributors: 政大新聞系
    Keywords: 標籤;分類學;俗民分類;秩序;知識型;經驗主義
    Date: 2009-06
    Issue Date: 2013-01-03 14:18:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文關注Web 2.0中的核心概念Tag(俗民標籤)所影射的分類意涵。Foucault在其《事物的秩序》一書中提出,不同的分類方式,將造就不同的秩序空間,它反映的不只是秩序本身,更涉及知識與權力的相對關係。本文先說明現代分類學在何種歷史情境下養成,其分類有何特質;接著說明Tag的運作方式,透過此項科技,資訊如何呈現、串連;最終探討俗民分類下的經驗主義與去階層效應,並論述網路時代人與科技互為主體之關係。
    This article explores the emerging folksonomic order revealed by Tag, a key application of Web 2.0. Foucault pointed out in his book The Order of Things that different ways of classification will create different senses of order, which involves not only the order of things, but also the formulation of power/knowledge relation. This paper first explores the historical contexts where the modern taxonomy was developed and its characteristics. The operational procedures of tagging are then described to demonstrate how information is presented and interconnected in such a technology. Finally, the paper explicates the effect of empiricism and dc-hierarchy in the age of folksonomy and the intersubjective relationship between human beings and technologies.
    Relation: 中華傳播學刊, 15,3-31
    Data Type: article
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