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  1. Ict : the Cause of Today's Social Ills.

    the community must come to realise that (ICT) is one of the major factors of social ills today ! On the other hand, jurisprudence or law is one vital element in preventing (ICT) from manipulating its users in an abominable way. We must not take this lightly as these loopholes in...

  2. The Cause of Today's Social Ills.

    one of the major factors of social ills today ! On the other hand, jurisprudence or law is one vital element in preventing (ICT) from manipulating its users in an abominable way. We must not take this lightly as these loopholes in our current law that is associated with (ICT) can...

  3. Communication: A tool for sustainable information dissemination

    study is to describe the uses of ICT and gendering for sustainable poverty alleviation in Nigeria. The specific objectives are: 1. To examine the causes, incident, depth and severity of poverty in Nigeria and government efforts at addressing the problem; 2. To examine gender 6 roles and level of...

  4. Future Information Security Trends

    program are to be achieved. On the methodological level our work follows the example of other futures studies that apply scenario analysis and utilize experts’ conceptions and knowledge as research data in order to foresee ICT related future trends [2]. This kind of work has been done both in academic...

  5. Poverty Alleviation

    household’s per capita income or expenditure fail to mirror the subjective perceptions of well-being or ill-being (Greeley, 1994). Approaching poverty as a total social phenomenon rather than perceiving it as an absolute condition, makes it possible to identify the various dynamics which is at work...

  6. The Important Aspects of Globalization

    space and time as social “order”. The unprecedented evolution in ICT has allowed TNCs to transform their production methods from manufacturing to service economy. New state of the art machinery have been invented to replace human power and this automation of labour has increased productivity on...

  7. Corporate Profile of Event Management Company

    diversify the business in other sector. Today, I-Station Limited has presence in: Events, Entertainment, Hospitality, Trading, Corporate Supply, Information Technology and Digital Marketing are continuing its diversification and consolidation in different segment. EVENTS (I-STATION EVENTS...

  8. Project Outline

    speculation, empirical research has been conducted that aimed at a sober reconstruction of the often highly complex ways in which the take-up and use of ICT has been related to processes of social change. Corresponding to the variety of inter-dependencies at stake, related explorative research was conducted...

  9. Communications Technology - an Overview

    -being related to the use of technology – posture and vision being two examples. In private life, there is no doubt that the increase in communications technology has had an effect on family and social life. There is hardly a home that does not have radio/television/dvd, telephone, mobile phone...

  10. Information and Communication Technologies

    to be shared globally, irrespective of geographical location and difference in income level and wealth of the nation. ICT may not be the only cause of changes we are witnessing in today's business environment, but the rapid developments in ICT have given impetus to the current wave of globalization...

  11. E-Tourism

    intervention if ebusiness activity causes undesirable effects on the macro level, i.e. market failure. - Promote ICT adoption: Policy may have an interest in accelerating the adoption of ICT and e-business activity among companies, particularly among SMEs. This is based on the assumption that ICT...

  12. Planning & Enabling Learning

    some kind of disability can benefit all students. It is important to treat students as individuals. An equalities approach understands that our social identity, in terms of gender, race, disability, age, social class, sexuality and religion, will impact on our life experiences. Everyone is an...

  13. Kumarashwani

    services and businesses, bringing economic and social costs. Any disaster can interrupt essential services, such as the provision of health care, electricity, water, sewage/garbage removal, transportation and communications. The interruption can seriously affect the health, social and economic...

  14. It, Information Technology

    disadvantage. Some of the reasons for not being able to make use of a computer and the Internet are: the need for being able to read and write language issues. GENERATION GAP: ICT technology moves at such a tempo that older generations may be 'left behind'. Today, ICT is taught as a core subject...

  15. Sociology of Health

    Sociologist Evaluate how inequalities of health are related to social class, gender and ethnicity. Sociology is the scientific study of human social relations or group life. Other disciplines within the social sciences including economics, political science, anthropology, and psychology are also...

  16. The Role of Open Access Movement in Copyright Issues and Global Scientific Information Systems: the Case of Africa

    they cause in trying to improve the poor standing of Africa in the current global scientific information chain. OPTIMISING ICT POTENTIALS FOR INTEGRATING AFRICA IN THE GLOBAL SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS: A CASE OF OPEN ACCESS MOVEMENT Introduction Scientists all over the world constitute a...

  17. Will e-Governance rule out Corruption from India

    entitlement programmes and social spending schemes enacted by the Indian government. Examples include Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act and National Rural Health Mission. The causes of corruption in India include excessive regulations, complicated taxes and licensing systems...

  18. The Impact of It on the Living Standard of People of Pakistan

    of questions Structures and lacquered scale. The questions are divided into five different categories of Information and communication technology which is a part of our social lives today. The Survey is conducted from a random sample of 50 people representing population from various sectors and...

  19. Telecom

    intangible benefit – and yet it is also the most ill-defined and slippery. Fukuyama defines it as ‘an instantiated informal norm that promotes cooperation between two or more individuals’. Putnam defines it as ‘features of social life - networks, norms and trust – that enable participants to act together...

  20. Schools

    sociable, popular, or self-assured than their non-ICT using peers’’ (Schott 2000, p 291). Also issues of young women refraining from choosing this male dominated subject reflect issues of social associations and of gender defining ones interest which evidently still exist today. Therefore labels and...

  21. Text Review: Students’ Use of Ict Tools with Reference to a South African Context

    after three years of the implementation of the study, the results indicate that only approximately 50% of the students who participated in the study could make logical and practical selections of ICT tools and give suitable motivation for their selections. This statistic is a cause of concern when...

  22. Learning & Teaching Strategies in Lifelong Learning

    and safety remit. The use of Display Screen Equipment (DSE) in ICT related teaching methods should be considered when delivering ICT based learning sessions. The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992, gives guidance on workstations, training and information in relation to the...

  23. Malaysia Country Report

    hospitalisations and deaths. At the same time, there has also been an increase in mental, social and health-related problems as evident from the growing number of drug addictions and HIV carriers. Health education programmes have been one of the most effective strategies in mortality reduction and ensuring a...

  24. International Health

    fundamental concepts in international health. The first is the health-development link. Disease flourish wherever poverty, social inequality, lack of education, result in inadequate housing, deficient sanitation, poor nutrition, or lack of understanding about the causes of ill health. To solve this...

  25. National Critique

    watching the programme, it seems as though social mobility favours the rich and the gap between richer and poorer grows. ICT has brought a dramatic change to the landscape in terms of how education is taught today. Not just how it fits into the National Curriculum but the influence it has in...

  26. Cyber Crime

    powerful impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in reshaping organizations and social relations. As a negative offshoot of the tremendous use of ICT gadgets and tools, a plethora of issues like cyber crimes and manipulation of information technology for terrorism that causes weakening...

  27. Ict Causes Social Ills

    . OUTLINE agree : ICT is the cause of today’s many social ills addiction obsession depression a condition of the state of being a persistent general emotionalenslaved to a habit preoccupation, dejection and or practice idea, or feeling withdrawal; great sadness SNS, online gambling, entertainment, SNS...

  28. Information Technology Use in Social Care

    ethnic minorities (henceforth IEM) in Europe and the related policy implications. In response to this request, IPTS carried out the study “The potential of ICT for the promotion of cultural diversity in the EU: the case of economic and social participation and integration of immigrants and ethnic...

  29. Social Ills

    provide employment opportunities to rehabilitated drug addicts they will return to crime out of desperation. The cause of our social ills lies in the fact that there is serious moral degradation among the younger generation, coupled with the lack of parenting guidance. The nation’s rapid...

  30. Knowledge Management - 1

    • Communities of Practice (COP) • Influence of Social Capital Upon the K-Adv • Implementation Implications of the K-Adv • Knowledge Transfer for the K-Adv • Chapter Summary Purpose of the Chapter The purpose of this chapter is to introduce concepts related to the K-Adv. This includes a definition and...