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Sustainability, Volume 10, Issue 6 (June 2018) – 421 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The Digital Curtain: A Subject of Sustainability Science—R.W. Scholz According to Bandura, “people [...] Read more. The Digital Curtain: A Subject of Sustainability Science—R.W. Scholz According to Bandura, “people create social systems, and these systems, in turn, organize and influence people’s lives”. The symbolizing capacity differentiates humans from other species. Yet, technological co-evolution becomes a new quality resulting from the digital interface, curtain. The mind receives artifactual, digitally shaped, partly evolutionary uncommon and reductive stimuli. Artifactual also means that the digital interface is designed and operated by humans, in particular the Internet, social media, and other forms that ICT provides. The digital curtain may empower humans in their interactions with the environment. However, it changes social structures and may increase the social divide. You may find some reasoning by R.W. Scholz and the paper