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DRUŠTVENE IMPLIKACIJE INTERNETA U NOVOJ REALNOSTI TOKOM KOVID-19

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Društvene implikacije informaciono-komunikacionih tehnologija (IKT), interneta i sajber prostora zavise od ekonomskih, pravnih i političkih odluka. Pandemija je stvorila novu realnost koja oblikuje internet koji pronalazi primenu u gotovo svakom domenu. Ovaj rad razmatra novu društvenu realnost nastalu usled KOVID-19 pomoću tri nivoa analize: makro, mezo i mikro nivo analize. Tokom pandemije izazvane virusom KOVID-19, socijalno distanciranje postalo je deo svakodnevnog života širom sveta, a dom kancelarija. Kako opasnost od virusa KOVID-19 menja dosadašnje institucionalne prioritete i ruši nekadašnje granice javno-privatne sfere? Značajan deo rasprave o pandemiji, internetu i njihovom uticaju na društveni kapital odnosi se na to da li internet slabi međuljudske odnose svojih korisnika ili pak doprinosi njihovom jačanju u postojećoj novoj realnosti. Neupitno postoji potreba za aktivnim proučavanjem interneta, a naročito za sistematizacijom dosadašnjih nalaza istraživanja o društvenim implikacijama interneta.

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