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Kostina, A. V., Khorina, G. P. Information Culture in the Concepts of Information Societies

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2012-4 , pages 14-20.

Resume: It is shown that information culture has a number of features which are connected with the nature of network messages and unction in the network space and timeless time. The authors analyze the concept of screen culture and compare it with the writing culture. They also provide a critical analysis of the concept of technological determinism where technologies are defined as a driver of cultural development.

Keywords: philosophy, information, culture, writing, screen, network, technologies, society, globalization, development.

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