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abs: 2. R.Villano “Riflections on global information society”; Presentation of Prof. Antonio Carosella (Past District Governor of Rotary International 2100-Italy), Published by Chiron, p.. 242, ...

abs: 2. R.Villano “Riflections on global information society”; Presentation of Prof. Antonio Carosella (Past District Governor of Rotary International 2100-Italy), Published by Chiron, p.. 242, ISBN 978-88-97303-00-8, LCC HM 1176-1281, CDD 304 VIL ref 2011, Naples, January 2011);

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  • 1. RRRaaaiiimmmooonnndddooo VVViiillllllaaannnooo CHIRON RRReeefffllleeeccctttiiiooonnnsss ooonnn GGGlllooobbbaaalll IIInnnfffooorrrmmmaaatttiiiooonnn SSSoooccciiieeetttyyy
  • 2. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information4 Copy n. _____________ The autor __________________________ © Copyright Raimondo Villano © Research, creation, cover by Raimondo Villano. All right reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced in publications and studies without root’s citation. No part of this book shall be stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by ani means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher. Editorial: Prof. Dott. Maria Rosaria Giordano. Editors: mobile 338 59 60 222; e-mail: farmavillano@libero.it Advisor executive: Francesco Villano Editions Chiron Found. - Praxys dpt. © 2010 Chiron Foundation, via Maresca 12, scala A - 80058 Torre Annunziata (Napoli) Phone. 081 861 22 99 Fax 081 353 29 81 website: www.chiron-found.org Sales: Prof. Dott. Annamaria Giordano mobile 347 61 71 669. E-mail: annamaria.g10@alice.it; http://www.chiron-found.org Print LP - Napoli. First published in March 1996 by Longobardi. Before January 2000 reprint by Rotary International. First published in English in February 2011. Finished writing the twenty four in January 1996. This volume, with no serial number and signature, shall be deemed counterfeit. Abstract by: Raymondo Villano “Towards the Global Information Society”, published by Rotary International, 1996, pp. 194. ISBN 978-88-97303-00-8. CDD 304 VIL ref 2011. LCC HM 1176-1281. CHIRON FOUND. Praxys dpt
  • 3. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 5 “It's only the critical vision that can mitigate the process is not hampered automatism” Marshall McLuhan
  • 4. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 7 Index Presentation 9 Preface 11 Chapter One Issues and policy actions 13 Chapter Two Philosophical, moral and existential 39 Chapter Tree Spatial impact. Urban problems 49 Chapter Four Social impact 57 Conclusions 67 Bibliography 73
  • 5. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 9 Presentation great gift offered with great humility. Here’s how you can define this long and mild fatigue Raymond Villano, who for mere spirit of service and not for academic ambitions, wanted to take the the office of mediator between a subject inherently complex and rapidly evolving and the great mass of people, growing in number and extent, are intended to make deal with it, though not by choice. The discourse on the current society is so widespread, which could appear commonplace. But the very fact that it involves the common need for it know, even in broad but not superficial, content and methods for purposes not with the new claim to dominate the universe but regulate the legitimate desire of not be dominated and manipulated. The new reality created by computer science and mail has profoundly changed by shortening almost to cancel the traditional spatial and temporal coordinates of human action and communicate, forcing even thinking habits and rapid adjustment processes. When the adjustments were there (with or without trauma has little), you are found greatly increased the powers of each individual to relate with others and then multiply by the exchange of information, opportunities and procedures the overall growth of personality. However, when the adjustments were not even attempted or, if undertaken, have created the ability to hope, He’s noticed a gradual emerginazione the flow of information es’è established the unhappy position of having use information or otherwise manipulated by others for resale. That’s why today you can not choose between joining the new reality and rejection it. In society we have and we like it or not, the only freedom of choice that remains is to endure between resign or be prepared to ride it. And man, if he does not want to abdicate their dignity, can not provide time their freedom by choosing the latter. It really is a Janus-faced that challenge modern man with difficult choices and irrevocable: it promises and hints at a large, but also contains, occult, the pitfalls of a great evil. Again, as in the beginning of history, man must live and resolve within himself the eternal drama of choice. But in any case the route remains one: that of knowledge. To accept or reject. * * * The author closes his eyes to the problem that is putting the man of today ongoing transformation of society. On the contrary: they espouse, those problems, and despite the due caution and reservations, bravely taking a stand for the prospect of change, of course, governed and directed by men. Chap. VII, in particular, contains a thorough and careful examination of contemporary philosophical thought in his measured with computer technology and the problems that it poses to the perplexed intelligences even more puzzled and Sensitivity of men. It seems that the entire Western civilization thousands of years of life, has come to a turning point of his journey: the machine, which is itself the fruit of human thought, it enhances and amplifies the potential extent incredible and unpredictable, but still it very different from the pace with which the masses of people adapt to new A
  • 6. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information10 opportunities operational. It is as if the immense heritage of history of human intelligence and research today constitute an obstacle or a burden for man condemned to change: this is always been, but for the rhythms that punctuated the process was always easily ”Metabolized” by man. Today is the increased speed of innovation processes offers naked man and the slow adaptation of his psychic structure and mental health. And it’s right there in the gap between the two speeds, which lurks the risk: the liberation the mechanical repetition of certain operations, offered by the machine, could mutate in an unknown form of enslavement of the masses. From whom? And to whose benefit? If this occurs the inevitable reflection of the warning to take more man as an end, here stands the warning that the charm of past values that it has created and delivered to our conscience and our responsibility. The path to the new one is unstoppable. The hope is that the man knows how to travel it with wisdom, with courage and humility, ferry landings ever in the new legacy of past generations, whereby he can still recognize and say man. The author’s reflection on this whole issue has lasted several years, during of which he has made his share of friends Rotary clubs with the generosity of those who offers the benefit of others with their hard work and humility of one who feels his gift inadequate to the sentiment that accompanies it and moves it. Some stages of this fruitful and ongoing relationship of quiet industriousness of the individual the life of the group have been marked by concrete proposals for significant utility and social relevance: remember very valid information on the organization of health service and the elderly, youth guidance in the choice of university and research work and the valuable applications of rationality computer the arrangement of the archive of Rotary International District 2100. Of all the experience and knowledge accumulated in the itinerary of the last this year is the “sum”, which I could not appreciate more if the amplitude the subject matter or the effort to make it accessible to people understanding the domicile specific expertise but with good will, which certainly are Rotarians. To me, that I had the opportunity several times to appreciate the seriousness of occupational and civil liability, would like to conclude this presentation by noting that he, in delineate the advent of new technology as a contemporary version of universalism Universal classics (Christian, humanist, rationalist), was able to His pedagogy Rotarian man as an end. Naples, January , 2000 Prof. Antonio Carosella Past District Governor of Rotary International 2100-Italy
  • 7. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 11 Preface his work arose from the analysis, always hand in hand more detailed aspects and problems of Society Global Information, conducted on the basis of many texts and publications, including the last I recall here the prestigious national newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore that the phenomenon Telecommunications reserves steadily expanded its well-known and than superficial attention. It seems to me, indeed, that it, without claiming to be exhaustive in a very complex matter because of the intrinsic multifaceted and multi-skilling and the magmatic evolution phenomenon, however, may become a useful tool for further starting point for understanding and updating of knowledge. This benefit is not an audience of professionals while subjects Goodwill, which carefully, sensitivity and concern go their anchor, a small but still valuable to the great collective work of building the society. Raimondo Villano T
  • 8. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 49 Chapter Tree Spatial Impact. Urban Problems
  • 9. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 51 he introduction of new technologies in production processes, products, services, changing an accelerating pace of social behaviors and relationships between different subjects. This gives rise to changing spatial interactions that tend to evolve towards new forms of organization more complex. Change, in fact, not only the traditional location factors for businesses, residences and services but also the use of time free, resulting in new forms of congestion and again, changing facilities with economies of scale that current technologies aimed at reducing, setting in motion processes of centralization or decentralization motivated by factors not yet determined. But above all, what initially represented only a guess, linking narrow interval between territory and telecommunications, enriched by numerous scientific contributions, today is configured as a working hypothesis of major importance on which to engage collectively for a project to redraw territorial: the wired city. This is an idea born from the belief that, through proper use of technological innovation, you can get the redesign and simplification of the formal organization issues and land management contributing to raising the degree of liveability, safety and efficiency of urban systems and making it therefore possible governance and human survival itself. The resource-ratio requirements, in fact, is increasingly unbalanced making it more difficult to response in terms appropriate to the “question” was born in the city and territory, especially in therefore the localization of random functions, the phenomenon of spontaneity and immobility, which have engaged the processes of concentration and sometimes degradation, and management empirical them. Currently the configuration of many metropolitan areas may also be treated as that of an archipelago: a high concentration of urban structures, often of considerable size, developed on the basis of further expansions carried out following the logic of chance and, not infrequently, the speculative interests. The result of this development was the formation of a system of interrelated urban cores and characterized by an unbalanced relationship between population levels and the “social density”. A phenomenon that often add up the consequences of the deficit ratio between urban infrastructure, facilities and population served within metropolitan areas: you end up overloading the center of a “demand” for services in the hinterland are not is able to respond. But to understand what fate will the post-industrial city must first understand such forces, and addresses trends in the complexity of this stir. The city, in Over the centuries, has always been the place of expression and celebration of the interest collective. This is the principle to which it is always directed planning. The result, but it was not always the desired one. Indeed, currently the city’s image tends to disappear and with it his identity, the territory seems to have lost all trace of organization; reigns undisturbed “growth without development”. This situation leads to a high mobility in metropolitan daily that insufficient infrastructure system of the carrier can not always dispose of. The resulting congestion highlights the underlying data: the different destinations of use, distributed in territory, do not follow a logical plan, but appear to be the result of random allocation, often contradictory, and can be source of further distorting effects on the system settlements such as pollution, environmental degradation, the low level of living. It follows then, on the basis of the foregoing, the need to organize a new framework Spatial reference by which to change and reorganize the functional relationships existing between the various elements of the territorial system with the aim of using plants, T
  • 10. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information52 structures, traditions and potential economic productivity, adopting a policy of recovery and valorization of resources, energy and past situations in the region. This is in line with the concept that the action of recovery is not separate from the re-use. From these data should start to build the future city. The adoption of telematics and information technologies should allow the passage customary and fatalistic acceptance of “demand” an adjustment phase and simplification thereof. We are indeed at a turning point in the history of the city, so vivid, it can be said turning from town to town car electronics. The idea of the wired city raises, so many problems but also some certainty. Issues relate to the different concept that we develop the physical space to be restored, time to be contracted and technological innovation to govern and streamline, bringing with it efforts to predict and investigate the likely “impacts” that the development and dissemination new technologies will result in the city and territory. Evaluating the spatial impact brought by the introduction of a new telecommunications network, realized with the support of fiber optics, in plan design. The development of Telematics offers the opportunity to leave the business and themselves from the bonds of human relationships spatial proximity and is a potential factor of decentralization. The modification of traditional transport networks in the territory anticipates new opportunities for spatial concentration, questioning the motives of the current existence of the city based on criteria of centrality. It will, therefore, a society where free time will be far higher than working and will be the main factor mobility. It can be assumed that the company in 2000 will consist of a population “permanent” and a “nomadic” which will act as mediator between the class of employees in the service sector. The non-mechanical work (intellectual, managerial, research) will be held at the residence in which all human activities are concentrated. We must avoid the error of contemporary who has opposed the central areas, highly qualified and equipped, the periphery urban poor and without connotations. What emerges is the need for meeting places and nodes of contact between the habitat of “permanent” and the “nomads” to allow an adequate development of the city electronically. This phenomenon certainly be taken into account is the so-called “revolution white collar, resulting in a significant concentration in urban areas, work activities related to advanced services. These activities are directed to carry out administrative, advisory and development information and they are setting a new industry called “quaternary”. Conversely, should be identified in the new industrial logistics and transportation goods, new relationships and links between industrial and residential locations and localization of new behaviors companies. Obviously the study of development models is far from simple because, first place, the pace at which innovation is produced, disseminated and used by businesses, services and citizens which provides a dynamic process that makes it increasingly accelerated difficult to implement government policies aimed at elimination of the system or at least mitigation of negative esternabilità inevitable in any transformation process, in secondly, because of delays from a country in some strategic sectors, and this does not
  • 11. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 53 much and not only to the introduction of innovation in production processes or products, especially in the field of services to citizens. In the context of urban redesign, therefore, important elements to consider when designing are: the growing importance that culture and educational facilities take in cities where they develop features quaternary increasing attention towards greater quality of life in urban centers with required managerial and cultural, linked to specific instances of a particularly qualified workforce. Among the two most significant changes currently seem significant: the reduction of space occupied by production activities and the dissemination and dispersion of settlements residential territory. They must accompany the phenomena that have accompanied urbanization in recent decades such as squatting, degradation and still holding the city ungovernable. It follows a specific question addressed planning for the control and management of migration However, both urban and innovative than the traditional one. A schedule that is primarily addressed the recovery of the existing and the protection and enhancement of the environment. We must fight against two current trends that would guide the new schedule or to a regional planning caused by a redistribution of “great works infrastructure “or to an expansion of individual motorization. These addresses you want to make to the development of future urban phenomenon may lead further aggravation of existing problems. The road ahead is different. When communication is remote, through a third element that mediates and supports the report, giving the illusion of overcoming the barrier without this materialized in practice, it has imagination the feeling of being in a different space that in which it really is. Applying this concept to the urban space in which every man finds his collective identity which has placed its historical memory, leading to the formulation of hypothesis of neutrality rental of parts of the city can live in the suburbs with the illusion to live in the center. This is made possible by the ANC to the same services at the same time and from participating in the same social life through the “transmission” of a world of images. Two key issues throughout the study guide: telematics can be a tool Government area? And what new technologies can help make decentralization activities and decision making and development of rural areas? In response to these questions there are two different trends: one claims that from the point of technically telematics enables decentralization and the other states that applications available so far do not confirm this trend, but on the contrary, the signs of a strengthening the centralization should be seriously considered. With the progress, in fact, that the TLC have made the process of transmission distance, the “physical proximity” is no longer a necessary condition to meet the needs of exchange information can be implemented, the phenomenon of “proximity computer” that determines the indifference the time required to communicate from one point to another territory. Development of TLC, therefore, means increasing the possibilities for decentralization of productive activities, particularly because of those sectors that require fast time in exchange of a massive flow of information and that do not pose as binding the need of physical proximity. Other factors that favor decentralization are the savings
  • 12. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information54 energy consumption, the possibility of teleworking and, especially, the lack of spatial constraint traditional locational choice. The overcoming of spatial concentration as a fundamental factor is determined, therefore, many times by the ease and convenience of separating the different production units, distribution and direction. Is very important to play well, the space of flows rather than one of the places. Despite these favorable weather over the issue of centralization or decentralization of urban settlements, the first experiences with the results of economic studies related to production would seem to indicate the trend of polarization around areas already equipped production activities related to the processing and exchange of information, which develops a large concentration process of data collection centers as well as databases. The most immediate consequence of this phenomenon lies in the growth gap existing between developed areas and new generation technology and lagging areas, marked a lower level of economic growth. Among the key elements that can support this type of approach certainly have a significant role in the cost of installing the electronic network distribution and characteristics technology of the same when configured as an application to the scale local. Some studies tend also to demonstrate the existence of a process of centralization production activities of managerial and executive character, while decentralization is linked only to economic activities of ordinary programming. In the U.S., then, studies have been conducted to investigate factors that promote spatial concentration of tertiary activities and identified three main phenomena represented by the upgrading of vocational training centers and educational facilities, the increased level of quality of life and total absence of decentralization of tertiary activities. The diversity of responses from the various research can be explained by introducing this concept: the particular political, economic and cultural environment in which new telecommunications technologies to determine the shooting ends, depending on the fact transformations and other phenomena appear to be mutually incompatible. Following the wire this discourse can be said that the new telecommunications systems enhance the function accents of urban structures already equipped in this sense, while actually less developed as rural areas, and strengthen the spatial distribution play an integrative role traditional social structures. The spatial concentration, again, the vision is determined by the proliferation of Gottman the operations of “Quaternary”, including administrative, advisory and development information and legislative, executive, legal, commercial and cultural, which to the vitality of urban centers, which tend to occur among the new relations of complementarity. The student shows, then, as some technical and market transformations have finished with centralized management and sophisticated business executive while decentralize Routine programming. In addition, research conducted in Germany, to which Turk makes extensive reference, have tried to understand the possible effects of centralizing or decentralizing produced by the new “media and their role in altering the labor market and the current gap between urban and rural areas. What emerges is a remarkable ambivalence of telecommunications which, while enjoying an undeniable potential for
  • 13. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 55 decentralization, produce phenomena of concentration in relation to social willingness to accept new products and economic processes, or a new structure of work. In conclusion, it seems to say that telematics, while offering potentially possibility of relocation, but encourages the tendency towards concentration in the same area of similar activities and this can also be deduced from the examples American, Japanese and European (above all, for size and construction, Silicon Valley and Silicon Glen) with the realization optical isolation, technology centers and science parks. It is thus very desirable to prevent such a model will boost trend that the presence of advanced services will increase the gap often already strong between deprived areas and developed areas of a country. Anticipate the settlement structure toward which the so-called post-industrial society is not a vain attempt to prophecies or undue invasion in the realm of futurology, but essential “Moment” of reflection on the draft regional plan. Exemplified by the example of the damage caused by late or sometimes not adapt structures “settlements, old and new, the widespread use of individual means of transport. Blocked roads, city bursting, pollution, congestion diseconomies may soon become the consideration “historic” than another malfunction, this time to sign opposite result of the failure prediction of new lifestyles and use of urban spaces induced by diffusion, as soon generalized the means of individual communication distance. Under it, major regional infrastructure that still plan to meet the demand for services concentrated in big cities and urban agglomerations might soon be obsolete, underutilized or even useless anyway overcome by the “dispersing” expected from a wired society. Knowledge as early as possible and in any case in time spatial structures to govern is also very important for the provision of assistance in response to questions sometimes latent and unexpressed for a long time but suddenly emerge and influence strongly the development of our territories. In this context the use of telematics is not only aiming at the revival of the existing but also acts as a deterrent against the high “demand” that develops within the Metro contributing in a decisive way, the streamlining of supply. To ensure that technological innovation contributes to the growth of civil law means redesigning the city in which we live and that is why the new design should be experienced: to prevent civilization electronics and suffered as did the civilization of the automobile. It‘s inevitable, then, go through a phase of experimentation on type design major metropolitan areas, and this applies especially to those areas with a highly complex problem for which it is desirable for an immediate reversal trend in the way of managing the local system. The work is divided into several lines of research and operational phases including shows for order of importance, the construction of an interpretative model at regional scale, on which transfer information on the functional relationships of the various elements that constitute the territorial system. The interpretive model should ensure the development of intervention programs on areas of smaller scale (sub regional) through which test objectives. The whole purpose of the acquisition of a methodology - which are both interpretive Forecast - through which to formulate national policies and regional transportation but also in can provide the necessary elements for the development of new management models metropolitan areas, thus making it possible to implement a proposal for a “wired city” characterized by the use of technological innovation and the recovery of urban
  • 14. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information56 values. The world of the twenty-first century will be a world city. This estimate, moreover unanimously shared, followed by a question: How will cities of the XXI century?Judging by phenomena taking place, we can define a hypothesis highly probable, that sees the city divided in two groups: the city of the “first” world, innervated by the communications infrastructure and related in network (wired cities) and cities of the “second” and “third” world, devastated by congestion, by insecurity and invivibilità. The United Nations will address the problems of degradation of settlements human, on a global scale, a global conference, the second after the Conference in Vancouver 1975, to be held in Istanbul in June 1996. At that time, defined the principles and objectives, identified the commitments have been elaborated action programs and strategies for combat degradation. All countries, both in government or non-governmental organizations, are asked to provide their input, ideas and proposals to set about solving this problem. The Italian contribution, as stated by the Secretary Scalzini, Chairman of the National Habitat II, will make use of scientific work and proposals of the Department of Planning land and Science University of Naples, who organized last December 2 1995 in Naples, a World Congress in preparation for Istanbul ‘96, entitled “Degradation urban and wired city. “ It ‘just that the novelty of great importance that has characterized This meeting not only list the problems of human settlements but to identify the line solution, using the best technological innovation, leading to construction City of the XXI century as a wired city, city of peace, a city of science. The contribution of scholars and technicians of the area want to offer to wire the city and with it the fight against urban decay is to use the opportunities of technology to to reorganize the urban system and train the citizen-user so that it can be used in an intelligent way the new services. The final motion of the Naples conference, proposed by the organizing committee of the Congress consisting of scholars from 23 countries and adopted unanimously, in one of his most significant passages states: “The city no longer seems to be at the heart of the forms of collective organization space, an expression of creative and innovative potential of humanity, but, rather, invivibilità place of insecurity and with low levels of quality of life”. This degradation is now so widespread as to undermine the very idea of city as organized aims to provide adequate answers to several questions of its users. New technologies can be, again, a powerful agent of change; However, the sign of this change depends on what you innovations: whether the use is aimed at solving real problems of people, the sign is certainly positive if the use instead is aimed to increase consumption, then the sign is and will always be more negative.
  • 15. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 57 Chapter Four Social Impact
  • 16. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 59 s there a social impact due to the adoption of new telecommunications technologies; impact affect (as we have seen or inferred from the treaty in previous chapters) about relationships, habits, how to communicate as human moved to another system that was held today, almost exclusively on the relationship interface. The adoption of telematics, in fact, could be decisive for the resolution of social problems and meet the emerging need for further exchanges and contacts. The interactivity offered by the new telecommunications technologies would ensure, for example, greater citizen participation in planning processes. TLC certainly alter the social relations if only because it eliminates the barrier distance, as assumed in the “Universal Village” Mac-Luhan, communication is become instant at every point in the world. But while they “close” people, exacerbate other individualism privileges the relationship with the risk of human-machine accelerate a process of social disintegration. Overcoming those two positions are antithetical a messianic and another disastrous relationship culture and society can be dealt with a more detailed analysis that goes into specific social relations in relation to space. To clarify the terms of discourse is necessary to clarify the concept of social relationship can not be reduced to a simple personal relationship with the implication of a coexistence physical counterparts, it must be examined in the distinction of classes or groups where “Promiscuity” does not eliminate the “difference”. Can be distinguished: social practices that involve collective action; reports require copresence; relations at a distance; reports of individuals mediated collective use the same service. It’s necessary to clarify that analysis, which is limited exclusively empirical interpretation the phenomenon, now assumes that any type of communication can done remotely through a third element that mediates and supports the report. TLC, whatever the technique used (electronic, radio or CB), seem not to transform the spatial relations, they are structured around closely related to social relations interactive, fitting within a social space already foreshadowed. Some promoters are hoping that the TLC can rebuild those relationships unstructured social excessive urbanization of the last 30 years and identify this role in the creation of new works such as “entertainer.” But this new “social worker”, which communicates with certain groups, highlights the possibility that holds the transmission media, he may hegemony social reality which turns leading new trends of development collectively. The audience joins around the average structure but not a new form of socialization, it represents a number of individuals that relates uniquely to the “middle”. TLC assume in this sense the role of social support imagery, they mimic a communication that is not real incarnating the image necessary to the crisis of civilization urban, and, again, respond in a manner appropriate to the needs of social relationship. The distance communication allows anonymity and given the opportunity to “act” without moving; but not the TLC to create this “social imaginary” is such a need using TLC in such manner. The urban environment offers support to each individual identification linked to space in which he lives; distance communication allows, deceptively, to escape to another place economically and effortlessly. But who wants to see this dispute in a way TLC strengthen the relationship of proximity which thus become interchangeable and contradicting variables character that have stable and fixed when they are real and concrete. I
  • 17. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information60 TLC created a symbolic space, but for now, will not reach the goal of those promoters who would come to the structuring of a new social aggregation which modifies the space. This type of communication fosters a collective identity but not the development of relations social process that is created is a process analogous to the process of collective identification Freud’s identification of a group around the “third symbolic.” Membership “through” is even more felt when the device meets requirements to claim social. Co-identification can be obtained electronically through the associative that involves training the users of databases or pages. Another form of co-identification can be achieved by creating a channel that serves the community adjacent but different morphological and cultural, in which listeners recognize as belonging to a single reality. The media produce a cohesive representation of social space, reinforcing the role of traditional local diffusive transport and thus are unable to manage a community differentiation (center and periphery) in a strategy of consolidation of social groups by creating the illusion of everyone to live in the city center. It should also be considered that the effects and spillovers indirect communication of those networks various kinds, from the channels of television flows of international capital market resources, ranging day after day clearing of all meaning state control of the territory. There is, in fact, no need to be physically present in a given territory to control directly, since it can strongly influence the culture and way of life, habits economic and intellectual attitudes, simply radiating programs and news. The input electronics and media in the world with their characteristic ability to abolish the “friction of space”, process and transmit real-time data and programs on global scale, one that strikes at the heart Badie calls the “territorial pesanteur” (the weight territorial). Of course, no shallow optimism about growth painless transnational can be proven on purely technological. The crisis of the nation state, with its customs and border police offices obviously unable to control the flow of news Today broadcast internationally over the air or cable, or through satellites, indicates unprecedented new responsibilities and tasks for democratic governments. They can not leave free hand in this field to private corporations that are now inevitable have to fill loopholes in the law stemming from delays of political structures. Then there is the scene of the work that is subject to radical change. Understanding canonical already considered acquisitions of social standing, such as that developed about the bureaucracy by Max Weber - a phenomenon considered eminently rational and depersonalized - show their limits. The great career that lasted a lifetime and require dedication ended almost sacred. The granite loyalty to his successor organization the flexibility, mobile and adaptable, the individual operator. Moreover, all the varied and rich network of intermediaries between users and information sources will wiped out. Large service facilities, banks and most other newspapers offices advice, will dramatically reduce their labor force in fixed permanent. We will and, indeed, is already passing by administrative orders and instructions printed to diskettes and electronic programs. Already a new figure is rising, the figure of the employee-nomadic, the computer operator no longer rooted in an office but ready to move where his work is required.
  • 18. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 61 So, in today’s economy, freed from the control mechanisms, innovation revolutionized technology and increasingly open to international competition, and no company certainly no job or self-employment can be considered safe for what was positive about the overall data and, consequently, economic insecurity has become increasingly a central phenomenon in many countries. What is new compared to the past, however, is the acceleration of structural change in every phase of economic growth. It should, again, bear in mind that despite the globalization of the economy is not in itself determine the salary level (for example, the American worker who is competing head head with an Indian in his same position is paid according to demand and supply for its existing expertise on the U.S. labor market, not the Indian), there is no doubt which led and continues to cause massive and sometimes disruptive changes in the economy where heavier, for example, the job cuts. Therefore, despite the growth of overall wealth of a country, specific areas can increase the emotional and practical needs of entire families and communities a reasonable degree of socioeconomic stability. Moreover, the equation strong labor mobility and higher proportion of couples equal crisis family seems simple enough. Excessive labor mobility, then, can still cause other adverse effects, such as loss continues to work colleagues and community ties, including children torn from their neighborhood and from school, one of the causes of deviance and/or juvenile delinquency. As regards, more particularly, teleworking at home must be remembered that: - The same daily trips between home and the workplace, often considered laborious, can be assessed or otherwise, for example, as the moments of relaxation; - There is no difference between day and night for the handling of professional duties. Count working hours that are dedicated, not their daily distribution; - Disappears, the distinction between work time and play time.Human relations are almost nonexistent and a high percentage of divorces; - The intense pace of work causes a depletion of the subjects for which, the success obtained Economic, leave work early; - The company will be for men only “strong” where meritocracy has a predominant role. Thus, the teleworker should have little need for contact interface with those he works with, must have a home situation that allows him to work with some continuity without breaks or at least be able to separate private life from work. The teleworker, then, must have a great inner security and sense of initiative and be able to work without blaming the lack of feedback from the leaders: the direct superior judge results, not what or how you work. Typically, then, when switching office home who has good relations with the heads enhances them while those who had them bad worse: in this if telework is a prelude to finding a new job. In the global information society will also be easier not only information but also spin the opinions favoring both forms of direct democracy semi-direct. This would provide many options including letting people vote and make electronically all political and administrative decisions day after day, maximum attendance citizens without entrust surveys or electronic voting all the decisions, the more widespread use of electronic surveys to get an updated opinion widespread in a country and thus help the elected representatives in their decisions, the use of polls as voting to make representative and not a substitute for Parliament: you could, for example, stipulate
  • 19. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information62 that make a decision over the votes of the Assembly members, we should also take into account other votes are allocated according to polls. Obviously there are many ways to integrate e-democracy with the institutions parliamentarians. Will therefore also likely to TV channels that allow both institutions to monitor and judge them in real time to perform certain political activities make decisions and videoconferencing. Undoubtedly have to be made detailed assessments of the need and the superiority or otherwise of direct democracy than representative. Indeed, while First there is indeed a risk that institutions must act, a Congress, a Parliament may become subject to the emotional waves of public opinion, the other is easier to believe that these institutions have resisted technological change for generations and eventually everyone learns to live with this new global era of information. Furthermore, although right now the polls may bring out the worst in some governing, encouraging them to indulge from time to time the views of opportunistically majority rather than to plan with foresight the future of their country and although the survey can be an instrument and even prehistoric compared to the possibility of consultation to enable the TLC, the extreme risk that representative democracy degenerate in the radical sense of a plebiscite is ungovernable system function, upstream of a total general as unlikely leadership lacks the courage to resist popular opinion. Still, you should see how many are passionate about the democratic process and to live collective decisions is not acceptable as a universe composed only of activists, citizens experts in the use of new technologies, considering the fact that telematics can afford to referendum instant instantly but can not explain complex issues. So is the direction that the poll survey awe can weaken and undermine the authority representative democracy. However, considering that in itself new technologies are considered neutral and acceptable the problem is the absolute appropriateness and validity of the rules that should govern the democratic system. If the sovereign state will become obsolete, therefore, will be ideas to make this, certainly not the technology. Date, then the characteristics of the digital revolution, it can be assumed that the company is in approaching a historic turning point: a clean break with the past, a moment of discontinuity, which suddenly become real and evident, not just the exponential growth of computer networks and users who use them to communicate and exchange information reaches the necessary critical mass. Digitization and multimedia, also lead to a new dimension for at least two reasons. The first is that new information technologies and communication enhance the cognitive capacity of man by encouraging entry into the post-industrial era immaterial services and in society in which knowledge, information, intelligence, take the place of raw materials and even energy, as strategic factors of development. The second reason is that new information and communication technologies are more pervasive and cross every other technology. Penetrate every industry, in government, in school, in everyday life, with an impact at 360 degrees. Transform each type of activity, the way to work, teach, learn, have fun. Affect the organization firms, production processes and services. Allow to revolutionize old products and services or to bring to market new products and services completely. It ‘a new challenge for all: how to organize, produce and compete to be rethought in total. And the transition from potential resources available from technology to the reality
  • 20. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 63 of exploited resources adequately and appears fraught with widespread difficulties of all kinds. Especially where it seems to live in the future with old tools cultural past. In this respect at least two states have duties to be performed: the user and purchaser facilities and services for their administrative and institutional structures, and the promoter, as well as direct actor, of intangible investment in education and training citizens, young people will live in tomorrow’s society and less young people should not be marginalized. Furthermore, while depending more and more the strength of a country by the amount of built-in intelligence in products and services of its management and its business and although, therefore, human capital the most important source of competitiveness, investing in education and training not only responds to economic needs. The electronic revolution and the spread of computer are causing countries most advanced new forms of illiteracy and marginalization. Often the “Computer Illiteracy” translates to “information Illiteracy”, ie unable to access to new ways to communicate, collect and process information. This new illiteracy, which is to be found only within the social classes poor, must be fought because it creates new poverty, new divisions and cultural dependency. The logic of information highways in itself is a logic of democracy and open market in the sense that it creates discrimination and monopolies, but offers everyone, everywhere, can access to all information. Networks by their nature are not hierarchical but in fact it is possible Illiteracy that the computer (or the Illiteracy information) discriminate between “haves” and “have-nots” between those who have the skills needed to live in society and those who do not features. This danger concerns the relations between social classes but between nations. To believe that this is a great commitment to education responds to urgent political needs and social as well as economic. This effort should focus on both content (More attention to new technologies) and time (training) and the ways and Tools of the Education. Moreover, if the training is a right for all, as argued in the international arena, it is a fortiori learning. In our country, for example, no fewer than 10 million Italians between 24 and 44 years are licensed school duty as the highest degree. The demographic trend negative, the difficulty of young people entering the labor market, the impact of technology “digital” move more and more attention from users in young adulthood of training systems. One discovers a new role of the school system, parallel efforts that companies should take ensuring lifelong learning opportunities for adult workers. All this will involve the review of selection criteria involving the use of resources education policies and the economic and social prioritization, distribution different appropriations in relation to the public, tax incentives to companies. Still, it is clear that in this situation, no longer far from not being already perceptible in many fields, technical training, even the most advanced and beyond based on those archaic old “job profiles”, enter into an irreversible crisis. The technology and work practices change so rapidly that the specializations (Job skills) learned in school have little chance to remain relevant after graduation to retirement. Clearly, the demands of a knowledge-intensive (knowledgeintensive economy) will require preparation, but the trends likely to favor certain types of training at the expense of others. In particular, since we expect that acquired cognitive contents have revolutionized several times during a single life, the ability to highest value seems to be learning how to learn.
  • 21. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information64 Another aspect to consider, then, is that while making himself the urgent problem of training a culture is necessary to have adequate warning against the easy shortcuts to learning often only visiting the lamentable outcome of pompous confirmation of the status quo. “Employee under the most varied - writes RAV - the term culture has acquired a radical ambiguity. And ‘hopeless enumerate the meanings established by usage. Yet a distinction seems to exist: one that detects the difference between controlled and knowledge representations or speculation or argument showing that although internal consistency are not subject to empirical evidence. In short, the difference between knowledge and culture”. In this gap, you can see a risk to re-dig a ditch, which can also become a moat and fracture, including technical sciences and humanities in the proper sense broadly. Again there will, therefore, the dilemma of whether to learn and explain the second law thermodynamics of the literary humanists or forcing engineers to read Shakespeare and sending the Divine Comedy by heart. None of this, obviously. The controversy over the famous “two cultures” was vitiated by a serious domestic shortage. He seemed not to realize that culture has to be set humanistic and scientific in the sense of an evaluation of the phenomena and human situations that both a global and comprehensive, not reduced to a mechanical formula to be applied case by case, but even ordered a generic terms that romantic longing, unable to offer the tools needed to understand the specific problems. Perhaps only in this way will can not separate the science of consciousness and culture to rediscover an essential tool self-awareness. Another key feature of the ongoing transformation is the availability of computer friendly, which means primarily develop software but ultra-easy to use, which would internalize all the complications that should not even be guessed, and this is possible today with the power of the new chips and their low cost. Even computer friendly devise means services involving many people and are immediately taken. With regard, then, especially television, Pay TV and Broadcast networks targeted issues, it must be said that they constitute a growing personalization the relationship between user and issuer which is, therefore, in the gradual transformation of a half and consumption definition for “mass” in a number of different proposals. Moreover, interactive TV allows the user to exercise active intervention can achieve a personal journey inside information, if the issue in varying degrees, depending requested by the user. In these situations, and outline, in a sense, is radicalized compared to previous attempts to personalize the cooperative activities of the recipient. Changes its role, changes its form of action, but also changes the competence required of him, understood as the ability to use techniques and tools to creatively take advantage of build a “his” path of meaning, not to mention, then, the economic level, for currently involves access to these new media. Faced with an audience seemingly “free” (and certainly in a situation of greater freedom than the TV one-way), it nevertheless reaffirms the central role issuer that is the thread linking the experience of interactive TV. What we might call generically as “personal TV”, in both its forms attributable to one-way television and in those narrowly defined as interactive, So two obvious characteristics: the increasingly active role of the viewer (involved in process of consumption of the text as a concrete subject, called a series of actions) and the gradual
  • 22. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 65 absorption of this active presence of this co-construction the text within the project of transmitting. But the “personal TV”, along with technological innovations that are increasingly turning the field of telecommunications, also raises many social questions, human and cultural. We merely indicate only two among many. In the first instance, the problem of proper social control on so many symbolic goods, mobile and elusive as audiovisual products. E ‘in play quality television products: if possibility of transmission and “conversation” with broadcasters mediated More and more, you must think seriously about “what” will spread through many channels activate, and serve the public interest (or its various segments) without failing to choice of foundational respect for him. If the TV of tomorrow requires a rethinking of not only technology, but semantic, extending a tool exclusive entertainment also means that you can think of democracy and act accordingly, obviously in his capacity as democratic culture available everybody and entirely governed by what people want, the problem, sometimes terrifying, just what people might want. As the wave of technophilia grows, then you can experience more clearly two extreme polarization: a near utopia technicality, caressed by those who hope for a change in the principles of social domination, becomes greater fear of those who had power in the world today are afraid of losing a context that can not understand and end up promoting, directly or indirectly, a new popularity of Luddism. The world will initially be divided between connected and disconnected networks. As the phone beginning was not available for everyone, even the information highway will begin to serve first middle class. Meanwhile the city free from traffic. Cost less for those that remain, there will be less pollution. Even unrelated it will benefit. Moreover, digitization, despite its pervasiveness, it is not necessarily a phenomenon Type “colonial” to which the culture of imperialism on the other computer requires transforming or even eliminating them. The society is multicultural and the strength of diversity is immense. For this it is noted that the spread of computer meets important discontinuities. Draw, however, most of who will understand more that the only information especially human and social technology.
  • 23. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 67 Conclusions
  • 24. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 69 re entering the new reality, therefore, in the present life but our culture, indeed, not seems to greatly help the country, and especially young people to develop the quality that now appears essential to move towards the future: flexibility, ie being open to new things and Being able to adapt. The environment in which we live, in fact, is changing with the times are very fast. Genetics does not allow this kind of adjustments possible with the culture instead. With the latter, during a single generation, you can switch from prehistory to the micro- electronics because the changes are not biological but mentally. And our ability to adapt depends only on intellectual elasticity with which we learn, understand, create, change: that is, from our intelligence or, as seems paleoanthropologist, our flexibility. This continuous cultural adaptation now affects not only individuals but companies and the same community: because it results in “all levels” a constant examination of ideas, techniques, goals. Today, great changes are driven primarily by technology. Be considered, Moreover, the modern economy can be defined combinatorial in the sense that, by combining elements together in an intelligent way around, you can create innovations do not only technological, but organizational, financial, managerial, which are both objective maximum performance with minimum cost both to the needs of a changing world. A world that, among other things, requires an ever greater prosperity. In this sense ”Flexibility” is certainly synonymous with intelligence, because even our brain, in practice, operates in a similar way to solve a problem. There remains one final question, after this discussion, which is almost a duty, but these increasingly rapid changes which lead us? This development increasingly tumultuous, where technology changes, accelerate, innovate, changing the way we live, how to produce, the way people work, could not be Finally, a boomerang and turn against the man, that is against ourselves? What you can do is take note of this situation and, wherever possible, govern. The problem is, is to groped to reconcile the advantages and disadvantages of this development technology that has undoubtedly already improved nutrition and income, decreased the infant mortality and illiteracy, increased longevity and medical care, has shortened working hours and set up again, and emancipation movement of ideas but can also bring negative effects. It ‘can then be able to have a balanced development that allows man to have the benefits of growth without paying a price sometimes very high? This is undoubtedly a difficult challenge but can be addressed. The aim must be to be able to understand potential offered by technological development and possible use applications whereas in cars is just what you previously entered and that is important, therefore, include algorithms result of management problems corrected. E ‘must also have a training and a culture very different from the often are used, they are too backward-looking rather than looking to the future and more our great literary traditions, historical, artistic yesterday, that the technological challenges, economic and cultural ‘today’ and ‘tomorrow’. Accept the opportunities that the situation there offers requires, therefore, to make some. basic steps of a cultural collective, the whose role is central. The first is to understand what we have become and what we had, not to defend but to build what we become and we still have. But this means accepting and bet on the ‘idea of risk’ than the tradition we have enjoyed protection. A
  • 25. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information70 The second step, resulting from the first, is to invest the assets accumulated to date to reach new targets and trigger a further step in our collective development. We have individual and collective wealth, we have education, we have company while with all its faults, we entrepreneurship that go together invested with a ‘Act of maturity’. Because of this it is, especially in Italy: a country that has enjoyed a long run-up dedicated to developing the principles of creativity and vitality and now must address the stage of full maturity, with the consequences that this entails also the Plan of decisions to be taken further. And so the third step has to do with the development of many and widespread acts of responsibility individual and collective, which must supply the innervatura civil, political, institutional, cultural and of course economic development of our current, in order to have future development. Risk, maturity and responsibility are the three ingredients in the political and social but also education, which are required by the new frontier of development. We must leave the analysis with the decisions, choice, action projects. We must create the new “ethics of doing” aimed at overall development of society in society services. We must work to build new infrastructure modernization. In today’s service network of social connections becomes even more centrality, and the ability to create wealth in the new industrial economy is the ability to represent the interests of its members. While discussing on the institutional powers, one can not overlook the need to invest in networks of social fabric, social and economic conditions, particularly on those related to education and knowledge. The contribution, however, the institutional structures of the state is not sufficient itself. It requires, therefore, interventions to promote and stress on components civil society. E on this ground that measure the ability to achieve a new stage of development for the Country, ensuring the transition of industrial society to service society. And this, in my opinion, the responsibility of the ruling class that is called to govern change. It should finally considered that knowledge of that chain of causes and effects, which can determined ex post in the past, just serves to predetermine the future, the realm of possible events. And outline a deep dichotomy between the historical analysis of the facts concluded, among them chained the relationship of cause and effect, and the actions that those events determined by discounting the future. Those actions come according to specific purposes and are always proactive causality between the past and future purpose of this media is constantly building the world events. In a magmatic evolution of current events, each structural component of society Contemporary will be increasingly able to settle with the ownership of this domain the future, designed and implemented with great care a dual strategy that allows the distinction between action planning or operational planning, short-term and planning for strategic change, or long term. In fact, some components or parts of this privilege while others leave attract too much from the future. It ‘s rare that an effective exchange is achieved between the two types of approaches, namely, that an appropriate balance is reached between the management of current assets and planning for the future. And why deal with this dual strategy requires profound changes not only in planning but also in the organizational structure and management controls.
  • 26. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information 71 Developments will require that each component always this domain, the need to conduct coordinated and collective action based on the vision of how to manage today, identifying winning opportunities and paying due attention to the various attractions. In this it is important to distinguish between horizontal relationships that define and highlight the internal strategies and vertical relationships needed to tune with the changing external realities. Second will always be necessary planning for a future scenario in which entry can be permitted and even accelerated mainly by the contribution that each of us must lead to change a culture that still sees change as a threat rather than an opportunity. And ‘in fact clear that opportunities are not obstacles to conquer opposing change and protecting a past that has future opportunities will win if each, within its responsibilities, is able to correctly grasp the meaning and the significance of the new challenges and courageously face the costs and risks of change.
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  • 37. Raimondo Villano - The global society Information84 “For tribal man, space was a uncontrollable mystery. For technological man, is the time to fill the same role” Marshall McLuhan
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  • 39. “The new electronics interdependence recreates the world created in the image of a global village” Marshall McLuhan CDD 304 VIL ref 2011 LCC HM 1176-1281