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ERIC Number: EJ1255839
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2020
Pages: 9
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ISSN: EISSN-2377-2263
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Individuals' Psychological Change That May Arise Based on the Use of Fifth Generation Information Technologies
Akgül, Hanife
Journal of Educational Issues, v6 n1 p219-227 2020
In recent years, fifth-generation (5G) information technologies has been the subject of studies all around the world, especially in developed countries. The most salient feature of 5G is enabling data exchange faster compared to the latest available wireless network technology 4G. The fifth-generation information technologies, called 5G, are expected to come into effect soon. Today, in developed countries, testing is being done intended for 5G. Turkey, meanwhile, is expected to use 5G in 2020. When 5G is fully available, the Internet of Things will be able to communicate with each other thanks to Internet, in all the areas of daily life, especially in production. In this case, people should get used to the new process. It is estimated that the adaptation process in question will be shaped according to the point of view adopted by technology. In the new potential system, it is predicted that there will be a wide range of change from production method to sense of education. With the widespread use of 5G, in individual psychology; it is predicted that changes such as self-centered, introverted, asocial personality traits may become widespread. In this new process, the proportion of individuals living "Ideal Individuality" instead of "Real Individuality" will increase; on the other hand, the number of individuals with low Real Individuality level is expected to remain very low. In this study, psychological change that can occur in individuals with "Real Individuality", "Ideal Individuality", "Individuality Design" and "Socio-Cultural Trends" with the widespreadness of 5th Generation information technologies by using descriptive analysis and editing methods are examined.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Turkey
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