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L'énaction, un cadre épistémologique fécond pour la recherche en SIC

Abstract : Museum visitors experience is a frequently used expression in the public studies carried out in the field of information and communication sciences. Nevertheless, the visitor experience as an embodied, cognitive, emotional dynamics experienced during the visit remains an almost unknown research topic. We show that paradigm of enaction proposes a fertile framework that reports both on experience and sensemaking. More widely, enactivism enriches constructivism and Information Sciences could seize this epistemology to explore new research objects.
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Daniel Schmitt. L'énaction, un cadre épistémologique fécond pour la recherche en SIC. Les Cahiers du numérique, Lavoisier, 2018, Pluralisme épistémologique et conceptuel en information-communication, 15 (2018/2), pp.93-112. ⟨hal-01767161⟩

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