Transformation, Adjustment and Ethics: An Analysis of the Behavior of Internet Capital Intervening in the Media Industry———Based on the perspective of AST theory
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Wang Peng 1
1 School of Economics and Management, Dalian University, China
Corresponding AuthorWang Peng
Internet capital directly or indirectly involved in the media industry, realizing the transformation of data assets into capital, through the organization of attributes, data technology and the technical social structure model of the actors, adapting the media industry with technology, in the process of data rules and resource acquisition, the output is The new social structure has made Internet capital an “industry” capital, and has created an ethical connection in terms of input, adaptation, and output. To this end, it is necessary to establish the moral value of data technology input, strengthen the moral adjustment of internetwork capital adjustment, and regulate the privacy context of data privacy output.
KEYWORDSInternet capital; AST theory; media industry; data technology; data privacy
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Wang Peng, Transformation, Adjustment and Ethics: An Analysis of the Behavior of Internet Capital Intervening in the Media Industry———Based on the perspective of AST theory. Media and Communication Research (2019) 1: 1-5. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/mediacr.2019.11001.
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