Influence of informatization and development of information and communication technologies on the formation of a new social reality

Authors: Inozemtsev V.A., Ivlev V.Yu., Inozemtseva Yu.V. Published: 01.09.2020
Published in issue: #4(84)/2020  
DOI: 10.18698/2306-8477-2020-4-669  
Category: The Humanities in Technical University | Chapter: Philosophy Science  
Keywords: information and communication technologies, informatization of society, a new social reality, information society

The paper focuses on the sociocultural and technological indicators of the information society, determines the principles of creating a global information society, and specifies the features of such society which are formed in developed countries as a result of the informatization process. Informatization is considered as the most important condition for creating a new social reality. The positive and negative trends in the formation of this reality are revealed.

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