A DIGITALIZED RELIGION, ICT COMPLIANT CULTURE AND INFO-TECHNOLOGIZED TRADITION

  • Jude I. Onebunne
  • Udogu Pauline Chizoba
Keywords: Digitalized religion, ICT Complaint culture, information technologized tradition, contemporary education

Abstract

Religion, cultures and tradition are long age practices which existed in different forms for the different communities all over the world its is in fact a factual truth that no group of people has ever existed without a practising culture, religion or tradition. These practice shave guided and shaped human morals and conduct. Using the method critical analysis and observation the researcher finds out that with the birth and growth of the digital age and man in his effort to embrace the modern day development in the different fields of humanity has drifted drastically from the natural core values of these traditional heritage bringing about vulgar characters and profanity. The researcher therefore suggests that contemporary education should be able to savour the situation and help avert the impending doom. Contemporary education should not only enlighten but rather do more to appreciate good values that have exited over the years. Instead of seeking to know all we should appreciate the mysteries that has effectively guarded and guided us thus far.

Published
2023-05-15
Section
Articles