Communicating Change The Promise of Human Evolution

  • James Lull San Jose State University/The University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Eduardo Neiva San Jose State University/The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Keywords: communication technologies, human evolution, culture

Abstract

In the present age, human evolution no longer follows the same principal of biological evolution, resulting from the adaptation and survival of competitive species in nature in terms of random mutations. This transformation varies in terms of cultural innovations and moral determinations, the hallmark human species, the only one to subordinate their interests to other genetic issues deems most relevant. The pace of change has accelerated remarkably in the last millennium, especially after the Industrial Revolution, which converted the technological and cultural development into a global phenomenon, led by communication technologies, a factor of change that always led to technological developments, cultural and genetic.

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Author Biographies

James Lull, San Jose State University/The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Professor da San Jose State University/The University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Eduardo Neiva, San Jose State University/The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Professor da San Jose State University/The University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Published
2008-12-15
How to Cite
Lull, J., & Neiva, E. (2008). Communicating Change The Promise of Human Evolution. MATRIZes, 2(1), 49-76. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v2i1p49-76
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