Human Achievements and Losses in Continuum of Information Society
Svitlana KutsepalInstytut Prawa w Połtawie, Uniwersytet Prawa Narodowego im. Jarosława Mądrego, Pershotravnevy prospect 5, 36000-499 Połtawa
The article draws attention to the fact that humanity is now entering a new phase of historical development. The place of the printed word (paper books, magazines, etc.) in the interpersonal communication is increasingly taken up by the Internet. The authors note that this change results in a new, previously non-existent level of socialization of people, and people receive new opportunities for self-realization thanks to the Internet. In addition, thanks to the global network, the information community is constantly expanding, ie all humanity is becoming a society more and more, whose members can easily find information about any event or other human being. However, the authors point out that the development of information technologies, especially the Internet, also generates negative effects. In the order of the information society, every man is threatened by the danger of losing his own cultural identity, i.e. a relationship with his native (regional, national, etc.) community.
Keywords:person, information society, virtual reality, communication, personal transformation, self-actualization
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