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Language, Individual & Society, Volume 12, 2018

Elena Agapova, Ekaterina Firsova, Margarita Finko
Pages: 46-51
Published: 25 Sep 2018
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Abstract: Nowadays the problem of the information culture of society is considered one of the most complex concepts, since it indicates the direction of social development. Being part of the national culture, the information culture is determined by the system of values, norms and rules of behavior that are formed with the development of society, and reflect the experience of the society, passed down from generation to generation and stored in the consciousness of every representative of this national society. One may say that on the one hand, culture as a combination of values, enshrined in traditions and customs of the nation, affects the choice of means and ways of life but at the same time on the other hand, changing living conditions require new means and methods of practical activity that allow the society to survive and compete with other national communities. And so new means and practices can lead to the creation of new values and norms of behavior.
Keywords: information culture, norms, values, antinomy of culture, human activity, national interests, the sources of morality, pragmatism and utility
Cite this article: Elena Agapova, Ekaterina Firsova, Margarita Finko. INFORMATION CULTURE: LINGUOCULTURAL, SOCIO-COGNITIVE AND PRAGMATIC ASPECTS. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Language, Individual & Society 12, 46-51 (2018).
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