National identity in an emerging information society: some problematic issues

  • Mychailo V. Kostytsky National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine
  • Nataliia V. Kushakova-Kostytska National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
  • Oleg I. Gvozdik National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
  • Vitalii M. Kravets National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
  • Kostiantyn V. Shkarupa Prince Vladimir the Great MAUP, Ukraine.
Palabras clave: society of Information, information technology, globalization, National identity, cultural identity.

Resumen

The objective of the article is to characterize the national identity in an emerging information society. The multidimensionality, internal contradictions, and variability of the phenomenon of national identity led to methodological pluralism, the application of various methods and principles. Thus, during the research, historical and philosophical, dialectical, phenomenological, and systemic approaches, structural and functional methods were used. The article considers the problems related to the development of the information society and the preservation of national identity, including the peculiarities of this process in modern Ukrainian society. The development factors of the information society that influence national and individual consciousness and promote their optimal interaction are defined. In addition, some possible trends in a further globalization of modern society are analyzed, its cultural, economic, national, and political unification, as well as its consequences for Ukraine. By way of conclusion, it is stated that the positive example of several countries gives hope for a favorable relationship between the development of the information society and the preservation of national cultures through the strengthening of national identity and the reactivation of spiritual values.

Biografía del autor/a

Mychailo V. Kostytsky, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine
Doctor of Legal Sciences, Academician of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine, Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Law and Legal Logic of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
Nataliia V. Kushakova-Kostytska, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Law and Legal Logic of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
Oleg I. Gvozdik, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Law and Legal Logic of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
Vitalii M. Kravets, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
PhD in Law, Head of the Department of Philosophy of Law and Legal Logic of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.
Kostiantyn V. Shkarupa, Prince Vladimir the Great MAUP, Ukraine.
Doctor of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Administrative, Financial and Banking Law of Educational and Scientific Institute of Law. Prince Vladimir the Great MAUP, Ukraine.

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Publicado
2020-10-25
Cómo citar
Kostytsky, M. V., Kushakova-Kostytska, N. V., Gvozdik, O. I., Kravets, V. M., & Shkarupa, K. V. (2020). National identity in an emerging information society: some problematic issues. Cuestiones Políticas, 38(66), 85-94. Recuperado a partir de https://produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/cuestiones/article/view/34313