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  • Month of 2003/10/1 to 2003/10/31
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  • Month of 2002/8/1 to 2002/8/31
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  • Month of 2002/9/1 to 2002/9/30
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  • Month of 2002/11/1 to 2002/11/30
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  • Month of 2002/12/1 to 2002/12/31
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  • Cultures_Languages_Internet_1999-05
    family or social activities privacy and thought European and worldwide civilisations traditions give evidence of human ability to imagine to communicate to exchange signs concepts and techniques In that light it seems possible to make the very nature and scope of digital exchanges accessible to the widest audience The purpose here is to avoid a period of closure in philosophical terms of alignment which can already be perceived through the constant exposure given by media to excessive news items wrongly attributed to the internet To achieve this the accent will have to be stressed on identities density and not on their dilution on people s identities individuals and groups It is important to measure the technological gradient which leads us towards insubstantial and disembodied relationships as described by media and communication sociologists Do the digital networks increase violence uncertainty and heteronomy Is each individual thus encapsulated within its own self Are minorities languages bound to disappear The Committee will have in mind the new temporality proper to the virtual world the immediate and accelerate contact Thus anonymity pseudonyms and social play roles which are the internet s scene virtual attributes could be restored as usual behaviors for present day society To rightly position the internet s stage could pave the way for its sensible use In short the Committee considers appropriate to contemplate notwithstanding media s view the internet s reality worlds as seen by any webuser in his everyday life A particular attention will be devoted in this context to the needs of unconnected populations youth elderly poors and migrants minorities unreachable for geographical or economical reasons The report would therefore outline a concerted dialogue about communities cultures and languages of the internet to be continued with governments international organizations industries universities civil and confessional societies associations all over the world Scope Consulting the numerous documents written about these themes the Committee intends to study the following points 1 Culture and language Considering that language is more than a communication tool is it sufficient to promote plurilinguism to escape the cultural dominant model along with the interrogation expressed by Denis Dumortier Univ Paris 13 during ISOC France Rencontres d Autrans in January 1998 What could be done to facilitate the polycentrism languages and cultures plurality on the internet How to develop for the information society tools translation classification research which could apply to specific usage and not only designed towards most profit making applications What is the future of the mainstream America pattern and of English as common language on the internet According to Professor François Xavier Nève Univ of Liège the elite is bilingual English other language people remain unilingal or do not acquire the elite s new language that is English European bilingual examples French Wallonian French Flemish Flemish Italian French Arabic German Turkish etc 2 The internet as revealer of day to day life and of live together The sense given to information is weak whereas symbols and icons production increases constantly How could the internet

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