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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki Euroregionalnej im. Alcide De Gasperi w Józefowie
Publish date: 2014-06-30
 
JoMS 2014;21(2):101–116
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Economic, social and cultural changes as an effect of the rapid development of different areas of life, the progress of civilization, many scientific discoveries in the field of industry, medicine, genetic research and astronomy have a great impact on human life. Automation of production processes replaces men, which causes that people have more free time. This type of positive change is also accompanied by disturbing phenomena. These are undoubtedly environmental pollution and hence the development of civilization diseases such as cancer, diabetes, obesity, drug addiction, neuroses, etc. In such a society, learning processes, training, changing specialties, etc. are a permanent part of human activity from an early age until retirement, which also means that a significant part of the population will be involved professionally in the educational processes. However, the most dynamic is the youth activity, which is an entirely natural phenomenon, because it is the generation that grew up with the computer. Emerging society can be nowadays characterized by the new conditions of human existence: • increased access to information; • information is a development resource and an essential factor for effective functioning in the modern world; • creation of a basis for the knowledge society; • almost universal commercialization and operation of market mechanisms in all areas of life.
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