Personality Transformation in Cyberspace

Abstract: 

It sets out details of the individual transformation phenomenon analysis in network space. Since the 1990s, there was a tendency on the network emergence of virtual personalities that have little to do with their creators in reality, marking the beginning of this complex process. Originating as a general source of information, the Internet originally had a tremendous educational potential, which is in a slightly modified form still exists today. On the Internet, a new type we can speak about the identification characteristics of the transformation of the individual, depending on the resource, the social status of the user, the social situation. A natural result of the transformation is the transformation of the individual trajectories of the educational process. A new type of identity – the identity of the network – requires a different approach to educational resources.

DOI: 
10.18500/2304-9790-2017-6-2-173-178
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