Digital Natives and new Social Relationships Mediated by Technology
Augusto Sebastio and
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Augusto Sebastio: University of Bari "Aldo Moro", Italy
Michele Corleto: Pegaso Telematic University, Italy
The aim of this research is to envisage the role of online education for digital native and millennial generations and as it have to be re-designed in relation to the evolution of information and communication technologies. Internet security and safety, in terms of protection for new generations, have to be considered as a problem of culture and uniformity of laws considering technology as a unique language for the world for the generation of e-belongers. All the media become the new experimental territory with the construction of real personality and identity different from real life, based more related to I would be rather than I'm nowadays. This phenomenon has to be investigated reflecting the use of technological device the nature and space of this daily activity. The constant evolution of the world driven by globalization, cannot be separated from the identification of weaknesses in a system that relies on the network and on the possibilities offered by it, without considering the vulnerability of the main actors of this system in particular digital natives waiting to ripen without the typical analogical life changes exposed to the risks of life network globalized. If the world becomes analogically obsolete this can't happen with legislation that must take into account the State of the art technology without delay through a technological Constitution officially recognized without difference from the world.
Keywords: Digital natives; Innovation; Information technologies; Digital legal issues; new social relationships mediated by technology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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