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Document Type: Dissertação
Title: Consumo e narcisismo nas sociabilidades em rede
Authors: Silva, Juliana Correia Almeida e
Issue Date: 28-Mar-2014
Advisor: Leite, Rogério Proença
Resumo : A presente dissertação aborda a sociedade contemporânea e como as sociabilidades em rede reforçam o consumo simbólico e o narcisismo. Para tanto, a abordagem epistemológica propõe um panorama das práticas sociais no ambiente da cibercultura. Mais do que um lugar de encontro no ciberespaço, essas novas formas de interações têm sido locais profícuos para se perceber a mudança de comportamentos em um possível quadro adverso à vida pública no que diz respeito à falta de uma dimensão perceptível entre o que é publico e privado. Exibicionismos do consumo e o narcisismo no software social Facebook foram utilizados como objetos de análise porque são características que se apresentam com muita frequência na cultura urbana que reforçam o caráter superficial de inserção nas sociabilidades em rede
Abstract: In this study 18 sediment samples were collected from the upper continental slope across the coast of the state of Sergipe in January 2007. The composition and distribution pattern of recent foraminifera were studied. For each sample, 300 foraminifera shells were identified, reaching 5400 different specimens. The samples were treated initially with the division by quartering, washed with water, weighed to 1 g and finally screened. The study shows 4504 specimens from benthic and 896 planktonic foraminifera. A total of 167 taxa were identified, with 84 genera and 157 benthic taxa. The benthic species most frequent were Amphistegina sp, Cassidulina laevigata, Siphonina pulchra and Peneroplis carinatus. Benthic and planktonic foraminifera appeared in all samples. For seven genera of planktonic foraminifera, an amount of 10 species could be identified. Planktonic species most frequent were Globigerinoides conglobatus, G. ruber, G. trilobus, Globorotalia menardii e Globigerina bulloides. The 18 sampling sites in the study area are predominantly located in bioclastic environments, except for two points that are located near of the São Francisco canyon, which is a siliciclastic environment. These results are completely new and they will allow extending the composition of foraminifera that occur along the studied area. The data are consistent with those found by other authors in different regions of the northeastern Brazilian coast. Taxonomic changes observed on this study at the generic and specific level of the studied foraminifera agree with literature data.
Keywords: Psicologia social
Socialização
Narcisismo
Consumo
Redes sociais on-line
Cibercultura
Facebook
Narcissism
Online social networks
Social psychology
Socialization
Subject CNPQ: CNPQ::CIENCIAS HUMANAS::SOCIOLOGIA
Language: por
Program Affiliation: Pós-Graduação em Sociologia
Rights: Acesso Aberto
URI: https://ri.ufs.br/handle/riufs/6277
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