Article name Digital Model of Quality of Life
Authors Shchetkina I.A. Candidate of Sociology, Associate Professor,
Liga E.M. Postgraduate Student,
Zakharov M.A. Postgraduate Student,
Bibliographic description Shchetkina I. A., Liga E. M., Zakharov M. A. Digital Model of Quality of Life // Humanitarian vector. 2022. Vol. 17, No. 4. PP. 58–68. DOI: 10.21209/1996-7853-2022-17-4-58-68.
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DOI 10.21209/1996-7853-2022-17-4-58-68
Article type Original article
Annotation At the present stage of the developed society, the attention of scientists and practitioners to the analysis of the digital society has increased. This is evidenced by the appearance of various publications in line with this issue; the formation and implementation of regulatory documents, for example, the Strategy for the Development of the Information Society in the Russian Federation for 2017–2030. In this regard, it becomes relevant to analyze a new model of the quality of life, a digital one, as one of the results of the development of a digital society. The methodological basis of the research is the concepts of the representatives of post industrialism D. Bell, P. Drucker, G. Galbraith, E. Toffl er about the role of theoretical knowledge and technology in ensuring the quality of life as determinants of all processes occurring in societies, as well as the ideas of the members of the Club of Rome, who created models of life quality and determined the ways to ensure it in relation to developing countries. This article analyzes individual models of digital society as social practices, which showed that the main trend of their development should be a new quality of digital life, generated by the digital environment and forming new technologies, communications, interaction mechanisms. A certain concept of “digital model of quality of life” is a refl ection of the processes of digitization of everyday life and professional activity of a new subject of public life. We revealed that new interactions arise in the digital model of quality of life: knowledge that creates new technologies is the determining and producing resource for all benefi ts; the introduction of these technologies ensures the development of the digital economy, which forms the need for new mechanisms that determine the evolution of society and man, as the subject of these trends which education should form. The digital model of the quality of life is studied from the standpoint of objectivism and subjectivism. The research materials can be used in assessing trends in the development of modern digital society, identifying the prospects for the development of society in the conditions of digitalization, in making forecasts of the future development of mankind.
Key words quality of life, digital model, digital society, digitalization, development prospects, fourth technological revolution, society
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