Cyber socialization in conditions of increased uncertainty: Materials of the VI scientific and practical seminar (Tilburg, August 26, 2022); [edited by L.A. Naydonova, N.L. Dіatel, Іu.S. Chaplinska]. Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.
When: August 26, 2022
Where: Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and online (Zoom)
Host: Department of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence, Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences
The seminar is offered by the Laboratory of Mass Communication and Media Education Institute for Social and Political Psychology at The National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine in cooperation with the Department of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence at Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences.
Scope of topics:
- philosophical conceptualization of cyber socialization phenomena in circumstances of global changes and uncertainty (posthumanism, transhumanism, digital humanism, cyborgization, biohacking, territoriality, physicality, extended reality critical issues);
- information safety and cybersecurity challenges (infodemic, deepfakes, bot farms, cyber interventions);
- social communication and socially creative role in the modern media during uncertainty period (problems of journalism, social media, visualization, self-regulation);
- new technologies and trends in changes of cyber practices during the last decade and thereafter (technological trends and hype, cyber accessibility, digital inequality, cyberbullying, cyber theft, sex exploitation, etc.);
- virtual and augmented reality in education and health care (gamification, robotization, parasocial relationships, media art therapy, psychotherapy in cyberspace);
- psychological and age-appropriate peculiarities of cyber practices in conditions of distance education (ICT, big data, AI, edutech for teaching; UX needs);
- children rights in cyberspace, cyber education, digital parenting;
- media art and children / adolescence subcultures in cyberspace (social networks, blogging, cybersport, cyberpunk, fanfiction, fandoms, etc.);
- media education and media literacy, cyber pedagogy (critical thinking, digital literacy, netiquette, cyber literacy, and cyber hygiene);
- neuropsychological and psychophysiological aspects of cyber socialization, rehabilitation;
- robotic psychology and related scientific challenges;
- new directions in cyberpsychology;
- cyber socialization in wartime.