Popova S.M. —
To the question of the notion of digital transformation of science
// Trends and management.
– 2019. – № 4.
– P. 1 - 16.
DOI: 10.7256/2454-0730.2019.4.31941 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=31941
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Based on the analysis of a vast massif of multi-lingual scientific literature in the broad context, the author examines development of the perception of the phenomenon of digital transformation of society as a whole and science in particular. Since digital transformation takes place “here and now”, objectively leading the process of scientific cognition in its essence and results, any current results of comprehension of this scale of multi-level process objectively carry private, intermediary character. However, clarification of the content of this concept and formation of analytical constructs that would unambiguously describe the specificity of the new social reality are necessary for the theory and management practice. It is noted that academic concept of digital transformation of science did not completely form and is dynamically changing in accord with the development of reality. Analysis of the scope of ideas pertaining to digital transformation and various accompanying concepts allows formulating perceptions on the essence of this phenomenon in the sphere of science. This work demonstrates the dual character of the impact of digitalization upon the scientific sphere and functionality of knowledge.
Network Society, Information Society, Digital Society, Digitization, Digitalization, Digital Transformation, Science, Digital Revolution, Connectivity, Science Governance
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