Everyday Historical Knowledge in the Space of Online-Сommunication
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Everyday Historical Knowledge in the Space of Online-Сommunication
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The article addresses the question about the characteristics of everyday knowledge about the past and its features which appeared in the discussions on the online forum. To answer this question the paper explores, first, the kind of source which is provided by the chosen web forum, the type of communication which takes place there and its influence on the content of statements about the past made by users of the online forum. Second, the main part of this paper is devoted to the analysis of the online discussions’ contents and to the explication of the characteristics of popular knowledge of the past. In the conclusion, the article argues that the discussions about history include some common elements, which turn this kind of knowledge into the particular pattern of everyday knowledge.
public memory, popular knowledge of the past, web-forum, online communication, Ekaterinburg
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