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Les « trois horloges » de la « société de l'information ». De la disharmonie à la rupture ?

Abstract : This text gives a relevant analysis of the digital divide. Writen after the World Summitt of the Society Information in Tunis it explains why the rise of the Information technologies and the network mechanisms which characterised the information economy (positive feedback makes the strong grw stronger and the weak weaker) leads to rupture ansd disharmony. In fact our world is influenced by three clocks; the technological which is accelerating, the economical clock which follows the technological one and the human and social one , far behind. Then disharmonies and ruptures characterised our societies.
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Patrick Badillo. Les « trois horloges » de la « société de l'information ». De la disharmonie à la rupture ? . Le sommet mondial sur la société de l'information, et « après » ? Perspectives sur la cité globale, BRUYLANT, pp.139-161, 2008, 978-2-8027-2475-9. ⟨sic_00570588⟩

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