>
> Similarly, the altruism of individuals participating in P2P gift economies
> obscures their role as free labor for capitalism


Pegou pesado!!!

Em 27 de dezembro de 2011 14:16, Everton Zanella Alvarenga <
everton...@gmail.com> escreveu:
> Em 27 de dezembro de 2011 13:55, Barbara Dieu <beeonl...@gmail.com>
escreveu:
>
>> Part I: The Myth of Open Source Software
>> http://www.mrteacup.org/post/peer-production-illusion-part-1.html
>> e
>> Part II: The Neoliberal Ideology of P2P
>> http://www.mrteacup.org/post/peer-production-illusion-part-2.html
>
> Thanks for sharing, Bee! Estou a criar um tópico na nossa seção de
> Tempestade de Idéias <http://br.wikimedia.org/wiki/Brainstorming> um
> tópico por causa desse estudo do Yoshikazu Suzuki:
>
> Individual and social motivations to contribute to commons-based peer
> production
>
> http://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/119040
>
http://conservancy.umn.edu/bitstream/119040/1/Suzuki_Yoshikazu_November2011.pdf
>
> Resumo:
>
> "The present study uncovers the motivations driving certain Internet
> users to contribute to commons-based peer production. The study
> combines the literature of volunteerism, uses and gratifications, and
> social identity theory as the theoretical framework. Findings from the
> preliminary in-depth interviews were combined with that of prior
> literatures to develop a questionnaire, which was designed to uncover
> the individual and social motivations driving commons-based peer
> production. The questionnaire was administered to a random sample of
> top Wikipedia editors in the form of an online survey. The results
> revealed an eight-factor structure of motivation composed by both
> self- and other-focused, individual and social motivations such as
> “career benefits,” “social desirability,” “concern for others’
> well-being,” “cognitive group membership,” “avoidance of negative
> self-affect,” “need to be entertained,” “seeking of creative
> stimulation,” and “providing information.” Additional analysis
> revealed that “providing information,” “seeking of creative
> stimulation” and “concern for others’ well-being” were the three
> strongest motivations while “seeking of creative stimulation,” “need
> to be entertained,” and “providing information” were the three
> significantly correlated motivations with one’s satisfaction gained
> from editing Wikipedia."
>
> Vou ler um pouquinho mais antes de criar. :)
>
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