April 2012
Politeja;2012, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p73
Academic Journal
The modern pace of technological development and the development of new instruments of communication associated with it, resulted in a number of consequences that are essential to the very concept of culture. Today's world of virtualization and mediatization of cultures cannot be perceived as inert or static, but should be seen as a process; not as a rigid quasi-object, but as a continuous and endless stream of variable events. The changes occurring in it, that vary in speed and intensity become the basis for the emergence of new forms of mobility of an unprecedented structure, roles, functions.


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