INFORMATION SOCIETY: SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNET RESOURCES ACTIVE USERS
The relevance of this article is to study such a socio-psychological phenomenon as active internet users. Today we see that online communication's social practice has become a continuation of life as such, in all its dimensions and modalities. The purpose of the research is to study the modern Russian internet space and identify internet resource users' main socio-psychological features. As a research method, authors used a questionnaire survey to collect preliminary information, which allows them to identify the relationship between the use of internet resources and the development of certain socio-psychological traits of active users of internet resources. The article considers behavioral practices, worldview, social activity in groups with different levels of involvement in the online space, differences between active internet users and people who are not involved in the online space.
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