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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE INTERNET IN OUR COUNTRY
- Background of the study
Since the Internet’s breakthrough as a mass medium, it has become a topic of discussion because of its implications for society.
Even the greatest critics of the Internet, like the Council of Torah Sages, see benefits in the technology, and even the greatest advocates recognize that there are drawbacks to the medium. People have different opinions on what the benefits and disadvantages are and also differ in the way in which they balance them against each other. Underlying these different assessments of the Internet are different value systems. Esther Dyson holds a libertarian value system in which the maximization of individual freedom, property rights and free market capitalism are central values. Her positive assessment of the Internet is based on the potential she sees in this technology to promote these values. In contrast, the values Council of Torah Sages are values of Hareidi, a variety of orthodox Judaism, according to which the highest good is obedience to God’s law as laid out in the Torah, and they concluded, based on these values, that the Internet is harmful.
Yet, it is not just differences in value systems that determine one’s appraisal of a technology like the Internet. Such an appraisal is also determined by one’s empirical understanding of how the technology works and what its consequences or implications are. People often come to unduly positive or negative appraisals of technology because they assess its consequences wrongly. For instance, some people believe that Interne use increases the likelihood of social isolation, but empirical research could conceivably show that in fact the opposite is the case. Disagreements about the positive and negative aspects of the internet may therefore be either normative disagreements (disagreements about values) or empirical disagreements (disagreements about facts). Of course, it is not always easy to disentangle values and empirical facts, as these are often strongly interwoven. Next to contested benefits and harms of the Internet, there are also perceived harms and benefits that are fairly broadly acknowledged. For instance, nearly everyone agrees that the Internet has the benefit of making a large amount of useful information easily available, and nearly everyone agrees that the Internet can also be harmful by making dangerous, libelous and hateful information available. People have shared values and shared empirical beliefs by which they can come to such collective assessments.
1.2 Statement of the problem
At one extreme, one finds those who only see great benefits and consider the Internet a tool for freedom, commerce, connectivity, and
other societal benefits. At the other extreme, one finds those who lament the harms and disadvantages of the Internet, and who consider it a grave danger to existing social structures and institutions, to culture, morality and human relations. In between one finds the majority, those who recognize both benefits and harms in the Internet as it currently exists and who recognize its usefulness while worrying about some of its negative impacts.
As an example of a positive appraisal of the Internet, consider what Esther Dyson, one of the early enthusiasts for the Internet, states in her book Release 2.0 . There, she claims:
‘The Net offers us a chance to take charge of our own lives and to redefine our role as citizens of local communities and of a global society. It also hands us the responsibility to
govern ourselves, to think for ourselves, to educate our children, to do business honestly, and to work with fellow citizens to design rules we want to live by.’ (Dyson, 1997). Dyson argues that the Internet offers us the chance to build exciting communities of likeminded individuals, enables people to redefine their work as they see fit, fosters truth-telling and information disclosure, helps build trust between people, and can function for people as a second home.
For a negative appraisal, consider the opinion of the Council of Torah Sages, a group of leading orthodox rabbis in Israel who in 2000 issued a ruling banning the Internet from Jewish homes. The Council claimed that the Internet is “1,000 times more dangerous than television” (which they banned thirty years earlier). The Council described the
Internet as “the world’s leading cause of temptation” and “a deadly poison which burns souls” that “incites and encourages sin and abomination of the worst kind.” The Council explained that it recognized benefits in the Internet, but saw no way of balancing these
with the potential cost, which they defined as exposure to “moral pollution” and possible addiction to Internet use that could quash the motivation to learn Torah, especially among children.
- Objectives of the study
1.To understand the positive impacts of the internet in our country
2.To understand the negative impacts of the internet in our country
3.To determine the relationship between the internet and the development of the country
1.4 Research Questions
1.Does the internet have a positive impacts in our country
2.Does the internet have negative impacts in our country
3.Is there a strong relationship between the internet and the development of the country
4. Is there a weak relationship between the internet and the development of the country
H0: The internet have negative impacts in our country
H1: The internet have positive impacts in our country
H0: There is a weak relationship between the internet and the development of the country
H1: There is a strong relationship between the internet and the development of the country
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