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This article examines the essence of the concept of mediatisation, which acts as the main theoretical basis for the analysis. It considers the social "transparency" that demonstrates and measures human social being through information technology. It analyses the representation of the established private and public

Mediatisation, media, information technology, communication environment, private and public
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