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Can one argue that we live in an all-inclusive Information Society? Illustrate your answer by offering examples from the media a
Journalism & Communication
Pages 16 (4016 words)
An Analysis on All-inclusive Information Society Name of Student Date of Paper Name of Supervisor An Analysis on All-inclusive Information Society The human society is creative, innovative, knowledgeable, and competitive. These are the values that kept people going despite the many changes in the world as suggested by globalisation.
ICT has proven its worth for providing economic developments, improving the quality of living, opening employment opportunities, and linking people no matter where they may be located in the world. The purpose of this paper is to examine whether or not one can argue that people live in an all-inclusive Information Society. Hence, it will dig into details such as the background of the network society, the definition and facts about all-inclusive information society, some issues that surround it, the influence of media and other communications industries, and the arguments, advantages, and disadvantages of the issue in focus. Background of All-inclusive Information Society The e-inclusion policy of Europe aims to lessen disparities when it comes to ICT usage among every single person despite social status. This policy wishes to create an all-inclusive information society, also known as the network society wherein everyone can create their own opportunities in business, education, and employment by being able to access reliable information through the different tools and services provided by ICT easily (International Telecommunication Union 2012). Manuel Castells (cited in Glass 2005, p. ...
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