Article name Technologies for Providing a New Architecture of Quality of Life in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Authors Liga M.B. Doctor of Sociology, Professor,
Shchetkina I.A. Candidate of Sociology, Associate Professor,
Bibliographic description Liga M. B., Shchetkina I. A. Technologies for Providing a New Architecture of Quality of Life in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution // Humanitarian Vector. 2020. Vol. 15, No. 4. PP. 8–16. DOI: 10.21209/1996-7853-2020-15-4-8-16.
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DOI 10.21209/1996-7853-2020-15-4-8-16
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Annotation Modern society and its dynamism actualize the need to develop various indicators of its assessment, reflecting the current state of society and shaping the trends of the future. One of these criteria is the quality of life, which reflects the main trends in the evolution of society at different stages of its development. Thus, in the 1920s, there was an economic model of a person focused on satisfying material needs. The change in the main directions of development of society in the 1950s-1960s formed a new content of the quality of life as the degree of satisfaction with the realization of not only material but also spiritual needs. This understanding of the quality of life exists in the concepts of representatives of post industrialism, the information society (D. Bell, E. Toffler, W. Rostow, J. Galbraith, etc.). The entry of humanity into the fourth industrial revolution creates conditions and prerequisites for the formation of a “new architecture” of quality of life. The technologies of the fourth industrial revolution have an impact on all aspects of the life of the individual, entering it into a new digital space. Global digitalization is taking place. The fourth industrial revolution changes the place and role of man, freeing him from the sphere of production, leaving behind him the function of management, the Creator of new technologies and projects. Many scientists believe that since the revolutionary changes affect all areas of human life, there is every reason to talk about “quality of life 4.0” today. The article describes the “new architecture” of quality of life based on the analysis of modern social theories and facts, phenomena, trends in the development of social space; identifies innovative technologies to ensure the “new architecture” of quality of life.
Key words quality of life, new architecture of quality of life, fourth industrial revolution, quality of life assurance technologies, convergent technologies, disruptive technologies, education
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