Terminology[ edit ] Coined by psychology professor Jeffrey Arnett, emerging adulthood has been known variously as "transition age youth",   "delayed adulthood",  "extended adolescence", "youthhood",  "adultolescence",  and "the twixter years". This is because people in this age group in the United States typically live at home with their parents, are undergoing pubertal changes, attend middle schools and high schools and are involved in a "school-based peer culture".
How will technology continue to influence art? These are just a few examples from a rapidly growing list of ways that technology is influencing art and, for our purposes, culture. Some artists and art historians fear that quickly advancing technology is going to adversely and irrevocably impact the world of art as we know it.
Others are certain that technology will impact art, but in incredibly positive ways, such as increasing its accessibility.
Famous paintings are being reproduced and altered by graphic designers and computer hackers at an increasing rate, and some are concerned that art that is created digitally is an inauthentic version of the medium it is exploring.
Are digital renditions of paintings really paintings at all? Conversely, artists who honed their craft decades ago are beginning to embrace and delight in technology that has allowed them to create art in new ways.
Cinematographers can obviously recognize the advantages to working with film and video now as opposed to the s, for example, but art purists still argue in favor of more traditional techniques as well.
David Hockney, an English artist who is most beloved for his oil paintings, has taken advantage of new technology in recent years. At 76 years old, Hockney has regained fame as an artist using his iPad as a primary mode of artistic creation; many of his digitally painted works have been exhibited in large-scale museum installations.
Shutterstock Thus, technology has advanced the possibilities in various artistic mediums, while simultaneously shadowed or stifled other areas. Will digitized artworks soon be preferred to oil on canvas paintings or mixed media collages?
Another example of how technology offers minimal benefits is in performance. Spoken word poets, for example, might not benefit from technology the same way that a graphic designer would.
However, though both artistic mediums have very different relationships with technology, one way that technological advancements undoubtedly serve both is by broadcasting each form of art to a remarkably vast audience.
Because of the Internet, sharing images, performances, words, and thoughts on a global level has never been easier. This is certainly something that the art world should embrace, while remaining wary of. One thing is for sure: Only time will tell how great those changes will be.(c) Culture of Peace for Negative Peace (No War)/Positive Peace (No Structural Violence) If we turn to a culture of peace in the Galtungian framework, and we focus on the issue of structural violence, then the world picture is less positive, but by no means entirely negative.
A man from a very conservative culture travels to a country where the culture is more liberal. As he walks down the sidewalk, he is startled to see women wearing pants and even shorts instead of the long skirts and dresses worn by women in his culture.
The positive aspect of ethnocentrism has to do with the protection that it can provide for a culture. By causing a rejection of the foods, customs, and perceptions of people in other cultures, it acts as a conservative force in preserving traditions of one's own culture. Emerging adulthood is a phase of the life span between adolescence and full-fledged adulthood which encompasses late adolescence and early adulthood, proposed by Jeffrey Arnett in a article in the American Psychologist.
It primarily describes people living in developed countries, but it is also experienced by young people in urban wealthy families in the Global South. Technology has now created the possibility and even the likelihood of a global culture.
The Internet, fax machines, satellites, and cable TV are sweeping away cultural boundaries. The most recent report of Public Interest Research Centre (PIRC) and WWF-UK “Think Of Me As Evil?
Opening the Ethical Debates in Advertising” counters this. The way we use technology determines if its impacts are positive to the society or negative. For example, from exhaustible energy sources to renewable and inexhaustible sources like Solar / Wind energy.I have listed both positive and negative impacts of technology on our society.
(global warming). So the more technology we enjoy, the.