Volume 4, Issue 1, June 2020, Page: 9-12
The Effect of Globalism to the Transformation of the Information Mediaculture
Kodirov Nodirbek Mamasolievich, Department of the Theory and Practice of Building a Democratic Society in Uzbekistan, Faculty of Social-ecanomical, Namangan State University, Namangan State University, Namangan, Uzbekistan
Received: Dec. 20, 2019;       Accepted: Jan. 4, 2020;       Published: May 28, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijes.20200401.12      View  322      Downloads  30
Abstract
The article analyzes the globalization of social, economic, political, cultural and spiritual relations in the modern world, creating the necessary conditions and opportunities for changing the values, destinies of civilization in one way or another. Also, for the sake of globalization of information culture, both the ways and means of exploitation lie in the alternatives to the social benefits of the information culture of society based on the positive and negative aspects of each other. In this context, the effects of the globalization of information culture, the directions and functional significance of the impact on human civilization are: ethics - good and evil; aesthetics - beauty and ugliness; economics - profit and loss; political science - progress and regression; Complex analysis of the theological science in the context of such categories as sin and good, its essence and functional significance. The article analyzes the developmental laws, positive and negative consequences of the transformation and globalization of information culture in the context of meeting the universal and "mental needs" of the global information space and outlines theoretical and methodological foundations and practical directions for the development of objective conditions and subjective factors. The article was supposed to be the basis for the eradication of the ideological polar world and the emergence of a new format of international cooperation in all socio-political relations, theoretically, the negative effects of civilization related to the transformation and globalization of information culture. Whereas, the emerging global social and political experiences increase the risk of escalation of global problems that are the result of modern civilization, the process of transformation and globalization of information culture based on universal moral and ethical principles, democratic and humanistic principles: humanization of culture, especially the media system.
Keywords
Information Culture, Globalization of Information Culture, Humanization of Information Culture, Paradigm of Information Culture, Moral and Moral Values, Factors That Determine Information Culture, Effective Globalization, Anomalous Globalization
To cite this article
Kodirov Nodirbek Mamasolievich, The Effect of Globalism to the Transformation of the Information Mediaculture, International Journal of European Studies. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2020, pp. 9-12. doi: 10.11648/j.ijes.20200401.12
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