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Darush  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, July 29, 2015 5:56:56 PM(UTC)
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Hello to all visitors!

I have to do the work of the seminar course on sociological issues in the Internet age. I decided to do the work of travellers, backpacker ... The subject is very close to my heart. But I can't find a specific question and accurately as possible to explore it.

Does anybody have an idea? It should be about social phenomena, travellers as a community or a people within the company (not a personal phenomenon, for example on the boil for the traveler-season trip that's not good).

Something that demonstrates the impact of the Internet. Does anybody have an idea? (Funny I'm asking this question in the Forum of the Internet =])

My train of thought began and ended with one hand, we are interested in hiking, it experiences in the physical world, and love of authentic things, experiences and adventures in nature as it is; The Internet, or the Internet, is actually the experience we're looking for: he gives us contact with home, and lowers the House detached during the trip; But we still use the Internet to find information and to maintain contact with other travellers, and to link with the House while on a trip.

Would love to help!

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 29, 2015 7:52:40 PM(UTC)
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Current issue could deal with the question of what level of knowledge (the future trip) that the user incurs through the Internet (like forums) affect his travel experience itself.
If she makes the experience (in the confidence level, the recommendations of the wisdom of crowds, etc) or hurting experience (reading intensive course logs, photos etc).
The Internet has completely changed the readiness of people lack experience. Does it also dulls the initial experience (all expected, there are fewer surprises, excitement) or vice versa
Such questions can be research questions. It seems to me.
Darush  
#3 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 8:27:19 AM(UTC)
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Thanks, these are psychological issues, how it affects the individual and in the level of the company.
Thanks for the help!
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#4 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 1:25:45 PM(UTC)
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The subject interests me is the contradiction between the will of the distances to be and through this experience alone and the cord connection between this media.
How to work out the urge to do the long trails alone and the connection almost disconnecting from the Internet that is the outside world. I know are (in age and experience) that close all on the path to almost total disconnect and the new ones (young men) that cannot be broken.
That these veterans have seen supposedly celibate in and shlterim the young people gathered round and around the device. A huge difference in the kind of experience that everyone passes. The group alone.
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#5 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 3:03:20 PM(UTC)
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It can be argued that over the past few years the amount of hikers trails at different places in the world climbing steep way and claim that there's some social/Internet acamol products grow up. For example: this forum has raised significantly the amount of Israelis on TMB for the last ten years. Books/movies like Wild raise significantly the amount of people on the PCT and the AU, and Into Thin Air has a similar effect on Nepal tour routes.


Now the question is how the increase in the number of people affected back on this community. Some trails are difficult to obtain because the trip permit demand increases significantly on the supply (e.g. on JMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION). Some trails not required permit, but there are resources that naturally limit the amount of people on them (cabins or trail Angels). Probably created a situation where people actually ה"גרעינית" community, these trails for years before they have become so popular pushed them.


PCT specifically also has a very big mess around an event called day zero kick off, big time, organize an entire Festival for all people planning to walk the trail. The problem is that even a large proportion of the people who come to ptsyavl start to go for immediately after, and this creates a huge traffic jam at the beginning of the path that takes a long time to release him. That pack the camping areas and for Angel, and led to the closure of some of them.

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#6 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 4:31:27 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = זמי1; 588407] the topic interests me is the contradiction between the will of the distances to be and through this experience alone and the cord connection between this media.
How to work out the urge to do the long trails alone and the connection almost disconnecting from the Internet that is the outside world. I know are (in age and experience) that close all on the path to almost total disconnect and the new ones (young men) that cannot be broken.
That these veterans have seen supposedly celibate in and shlterim the young people gathered round and around the device. A huge difference in the kind of experience that everyone passes. The group alone.

your diagnosis among young people in the age of the young in spirit very accurate.

Darush  
#7 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 5:21:15 PM(UTC)
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Thank you so much! I'm starting to formulate any.

The general theme could be the effects of the Internet on the community.

1. a hobby catches a significant portion in life: constant contact with other travelers, sharing knowledge and experiences from previous outings, as well as find information about the trip itself takes up more time.

2. the community expanded and became a "unique": the trip itself became less adventurous (also because there's a lot of information and pictures of the places before them) that has more to do with travelers who have been there before and have intense contact with the House.
Because if the man fell, the trip "fits" into more types of people have more social support and understanding toward people easier to lower costs.

What do you say? Anyone have any interesting add-on Another insight
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