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The Permanent Game

Lecture by Peter Vorderer

Permanent Connection, Infinite Interaction

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In this session, presented by philosopher Núria Sara Miras, Peter Vorderer, Professor of Media and Communication Studies and working in the area of the psychology of entertainment, will describe how permanent connection has deeply changed ways of communicating and interacting with others.

In the hyperconnected society, there is practically no time for inactivity. Virtual milieus offer almost infinite forms of sociability and consumption of information through the social networks. Increasingly immersed in a constant flow of digital interactions, will we know how to find time for disconnection?

Presenters: Nuria Sara Miras Boronat

Participants: Peter Vorderer

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