Redefining Human Communication Space Culture and Time in the Epoch of Internet Spatiality

Emmanuel Ezimako Nzeaka


The concepts of time, culture and communication have undergone rapid changes since the advent of the Internet. This text examined the influence of digital spatiality on our social life based on the three concepts. The new media have detached humanity from previous understandings of space, physical setting and culture. Therefore, the arrival of any new media systems advanced the boundaries of time-space and refinement in human manipulation of massages. This paper's thrust was to critically look at the dialectic between spatiality through time, culture, and communication to define how digital spatiality has truncated our conception of reality. The human perceptions of space have shifted from previous primordial physical location and limitations to a world illimitable boundary beyond out of the grasp of the authorities and natural elements.  Time, space and culture have undergone rapid changes never experienced in human history. The finding's main conclusion was that advancement of the media brought about by the ubiquitous Internet had impacted heavily has adjusted our perception of living regulated by time-space constraints. The general context was that the Internet had abbreviated our conservative understanding of the concepts, challenging the perceptions of time, space and culture and constricted them as experienced in the epoch of Covid-19 in 2020 when humanity interconnected remotely.

KEYWORDS: Digital, Spatiality, Regulated, Time, Conception Culture.

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/11-10-07

Publication date:May 31st 2021

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