Digital Culture

Matthew N. O. Sadiku, Mahamadou Tembely, Sarhan M. Musa, Omonowo D. Momoh


Digital cultures refer to practices and cultures emerging from digital technologies. Technologies are not just means of human connection, but an integral part of human exchange and communication process. Digital culture is an emerging value system as expressed in the information media. This paper provides a brief introduction to digital cultures.

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