Information & Communication Explosion of Knowledge Economy with Special reference to Cultural Imperialism

Khalid Sultan, Dr Mirza Jan

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Abstract

This paper focuses on the information and communication which codify the knowledge capacity. It also discusses the explosion of knowledge economy and its intensity. This paper describes the overall structure of economics. Explosion is creating the salient characteristics of the human information landscape. Information and knowledge add value to basic products manufacturing and services are becoming increasingly integrated into complex chains of creation, production and distribution. This paper reflects the omnipotent of cultural imperialism. Sample of randomly selected students was relatively young and well educated of Gomal University. Sampling techniques was strictly confined to a small sample of cross-sectional survey. It implies an acceleration of the rate of growth of stocks of accessible knowledge, with positive implications for economic growth. WWW “Google” “Yahoo”, “MSN” and “AltaVista” found correlated.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v2i5.2316

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