Cyber-Culture Towards Information Technology Awareness in Indonesia
Heri Heryono, Annisa Lisdayanti
Recent technology involving human as the central point of a prototypical agent has created an interdependence social life condition between them that might be emerging a cultural bias. In Indonesia, people tend to use every technology off-handedly, and this condition impacts to the integrated-culture in a peristaltic way for every human aspect. Cyber-culture popped out as the synthetics form of an old-fashioned culture followed before. It then becomes the most applicable terminology dealing with culture that is interfered by technology. The terminology of information technology has been widely implemented almost in whole activities of modern people. It becomes the main tools for doing job, living and interacting. The ability of using and understanding information technology also becomes a sign of awareness of technology. Then the use of this information technology turns to be the new culture that people lived on it. Culture that requires people to update everything they are integrated in for their daily routine. The paper presents about culture condition related to information technology awareness in Indonesia.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 2
Keywords: culture, information technology, cyber-culture