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CULTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AS VALUES IN TECHNOLOGICAL ERA

Ivan Cifrić ; Odsjek za sociologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Tijana Trako ; Odsjek za sociologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska


Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 421 Kb

str. 192-196

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The paper deals with the results on perception of preserving cultural and biological diversity. The matter of diversity is discussed in relation to the issue of the influence of technology on the processes of cultural and biotical uniforming and reaches into the anthropological aspects of the human species and its perspective. The paper presents the results of the empirical research at three faculties of the University of Zagreb on the corresponding sample (2007; N=189). Univariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical methods were used in analysis. The results have shown that the majority of the respondents (87% do 96%) support cultural diversity, while the same percentage does not accept the idea of “the unique culture in the world”. Three factors were extracted: “Accepting cultural diversity”, “Accepting the modern culture” and “Cultures with no prospects”. The variance analysis on variables and factors has shown that there were significant differences between the groups, depending on the respondents’ characteristics.
The results of the research on the perception of living species rights to life and motives of man’s care for the living world further showed dominance of “egalitarianism” in rights to life and “ethics” in man’s dealing with the living world.

Ključne riječi

cultural entropy, biotical entropy, anthropo-biotical ecumene, cultural diversity, biological diversity

Hrčak ID:

41113

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/41113

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