Social Age

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Social Age[1] encompasses both societal and technological changes succeeding the Information Age.

It is divergent from the Information Age as it gives more prominence to social factors when adopting and/or extending technology and information.[1] It further broadens the definition of Attention Age because the Social Age focuses on many forms of societal interactions including online relationships, collaboration and sharing.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Azua, Maria (2009) The Social Factor, IBM Press, ISBN 978-0-13-701890-1