Attention, Media, Value and Economics
AbstractBuilding on the debate about the "attention economy" initiated by Michael Goldhaber and Rishab Aiyer Ghosh, I introduce the notion of valuing process, i.e. the process by which potential value can be translated in an economy. I show that the valuing processes applicable to attention depend on the nature of the media through which attention can be given and looked for. From there, I claim that the integration between attention and action, and the creation of a related literacy are the keys to the sustainable growth of an attention economy.
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Aigrain, P. (1997). Attention, Media, Value and Economics. First Monday, 2(9). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v2i9.549
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