The historical process that revolves around globalization makes evident two important milestones that punctuate a big difference in what can be termed hegemonic globalization mainly made in the 20th century and counterhegemonic globalization or cooperative that arises in the 21st century as the result of the unfair system in which people become more active in the global participation. Undoubtedly one of the greatest contributions to this statement is that of Robert W. Cox (1987, p. 157) who develops his analysis within a framework of transformation. Based on the ideas of Gramsci and a variety of other eclectic sources, his theory goes beyond statecentric framework neorealist and shows the connections between the material, ideas and institutions in what he calls training global orders. How people organize themselves in the field of production it determines not only their own lives but also their States and the world
3.4 Theoretical perspective New Media is defined as the new and emerging technologies including tablets, smart phones and any other mobile reading devices or tools that make it possible for accessing the Internet (Journalism Degree.com 2007). It also includes all these digital media that are present on these media devises, such as news apps, blogs and websites, social media postings and chats, feeds, online newspapers and magazines, videos and podcasts. The new media journalism also has the advantage to reach mass audience in a short time that present. In understanding new media technologies on audience Jenkins’s convergence theory as well as theories of mass communication i.e. Uses and gratification theory and diffusion of innovation theory will be discussed.
This era played a substantial role in the of growth and prosperity of humanity. The Third Industrial revolution is sometimes referred to as the Information Revolution and dates from the late 1960’s to current. The invention of modern computers and the internet ushered in a new era of information sharing and gathering. Each of these “revolutions” was built on the technology of the preceding period. It is kind of like a Darwinian theory for technology.
“How does 21st century globalization differ from 20th century globalization?” Globalization is a historical phenomenon, which has been taking place since humans began to trade ideas and goods. However, the advent of modernity and the incessant human strides in the field of technology onset an inexorable process of globalization in the 20th century, which was built upon in the 21st century as well (Haugen and Mach, 2010). The process of decolonization and the ensuing of the two Great Wars, in the 20th century, altered the course of the global development in a plethora of ways. Furthermore, though globalization was taking place quite considerably in the 20th century, however the pace of globalization was given a significant fillip because of
Post-modern design phases 20th century design Post-modernist thought as a social and cultural movement, from the ideology and the impact of the various parties in various fields of society and even the whole world has changed people 's way of thinking and ideological values, and its extensive and profound influence, extend so far. Post-modernism have quick access to the information age in the post-industrial society based on Western industrial civilization is generated is the development of industrial society to post-industrial society of the inevitable outcome; At the same time, it is derived from years of modernism, Modernism in the reflection and criticism, the post-modernism and beyond gradually amended. So what is postmodernism, what kinds
The 21st century has been called the Information Age. With the rapid proliferation of the Internet and computer technology in the last few years, an information explosion has pervaded our lives. Information Technology (IT) has dramatically transformed the workplace, communications and commercial activities. It is only in education that the status quo remains. The attention is now on the use or rather lack of use of IT in education.
INTRODUCTION Over last ten years the web has dramatically changed how people and companies work. Today, the internet itself is changing to become a computing plat form called ‘the Grid’. It means that, when we boot up our PCs or some other internet enabled devices, you will have access to not just our desktop resources but also to a much more powerful virtual computer, which is an aggregation of computing power, storage, application, data , I/O devices and so on, distributed all over the Internet. The attraction of grid computing is that it provides the opportunity to access greater computing power at a fraction of the current cost of technology. Like
Technology has transformed communication system and techniques over a period of time and these latest advancements are now one of the most important tools in an organization. Now we can feel like we have limitless options to transfer information from one person to another. A wide range of disparate channels currently facilitate our chatter from texting or skyping, to posting notes via social media. Technology allows us to easily connect with people worldwide using our choice of forums. We don’t have to wait for a stamped letter to make its way across the miles or rack up a big long-distance phone bill (as was the case not that long ago); instead via the Internet we can instantly reach almost anyone whether through email, instant message, social media, or countless apps.
Digital technology introduced the ability to manipulate color, scale and texture in ways that aren’t possible with physical media. (Paul) Internet art grew alongside digital technology itself at the same rapid pace, less than a decade after the introduction of the first web browser capable of displaying images, Internet Art, also known as net art and online art,had already become a major global movement. The internet gave art an unprecedented opportunity to shape a new medium as it was born and through its formative years.(Ippolito). , net art includes a wide range of works created by artists using web browsers, developer codes, scripts, search engines, and various other online tools (“Net Art”) Three main traits of internet art are its immediacy, its immateriality and its temporality. (“Introduction to net.art”).
The inclusive usage of the Internet and the usage of added reading resources predominantly by means of hypertext and multimedia have thru into drastic deviances in reading approaches. Online reading has overcome physical boundaries. Key words: Online reading, electronic devices, Internet, reading habits 1. Introduction The World Wide Web and Internet is redefining today reading habits. Internet is widely used as way for creating, generating, constructing and disseminating information.