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Author Kusiak, Pauline

Title Culture, identity, and information technology in the 21st century : implications for U.S. national security / Pauline Kusiak
Published Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, [2012]
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Description 1 online resource (vii, 25 pages)
Series Strategic Studies Institute monograph
SSI monograph
Contents Emerging trends of the information society -- Future politics of culture and identity. No one country or region will be likely to monopolize global "influence" in the 21st century, including us -- The prospects for master narratives to unify international action may be more limited -- ICT-inundated society will drastically change the way humans interact, in particular regarding issues of privacy, trust, and transparency -- Conclusion : potential implications for security and for defense
Summary While it is impossible to predict the values and beliefs of future generations, a modest forecast is made by tracing global trends in the use of language and media, as well as in the use of information and communication technologies. The potential implications of these culture and identity trends for the strength of the U.S. "signal" in the global info-communication sphere are analyzed. The author suggests that the information that will dominate the 21st century, particularly the beliefs and values of foreign societies, may increasingly and more directly impact our own national security, making it ever more critical for policymakers to understand issues of cultural change and identity formation from a strategic perspective
Notes "August 2012."
Title from title screen (viewed May 4, 2012)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 21-25)
Subject Balance of power
Influence (Psychology)
Information technology -- Social aspects
International relations and culture
National security -- United States
Propaganda
Social change
Balance of power.
Influence (Psychology)
Information technology -- Social aspects.
International relations and culture.
National security.
Propaganda.
Social change.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute
Other Titles Implications for US national security
Implications for United States national security