Quentin Gilliotte

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Psychology

Title : The experience of cultural products in abundance

The digital revolution has transformed the experience of consumption of cultural goods, in particular in two respects: the modification of the relation to the cultural property as an intangible object (as opposed to the material) and the confrontation with an abundant supply, requiring a rethinking of how individuals choose, acquire and consume. This thesis proposes to question how the prodigality of cultural goods, made possible in particular by the Internet, has changed in the experience of cultural goods in terms of selection, acquisition, storage and consumption. The methodology is structured around three phases: a first qualitative phase (about 40 interviews carried out in 2016 in the first half of 2016), a second quantitative phase (conduction in the first quarter of 2017) and a third qualitative phase Second half of 2017).