Formation and Development of Digital Society 5.0


Dr. Valentyna Voronkova
Dr. Natalya Metelenko
Dr. Vìtalina Nikitenko
Dr. Olga Kyvliuk
Dr. Roman Oleksenko


The relevance of this research lies in the fact that in the context of the development of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, deep and systemic transformations are taking place, which act as the driving forces for changing paradigms (concepts, models, theories), which give rise to new megatrends of the digitized society, called digital. The fourth industrial revolution influenced the rapid development of the digital society, caused by deep transformation, fundamental technological changes and their social impact on culture, economy, politics, man, his consciousness and worldview. The formation and development of digital technologies, as a factor in the implementation of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, today include a set of theoretical knowledge and practical skills of sustainable digital development, which requires the development of strategies and the selection of priorities that embrace large-scale digital technologies as the basis of a breakthrough in the technological industry. The object of research is the paradigm of digital society 5.0 as a complex social, cultural and economic phenomenon. The subject of research is the evolution of the digital paradigm of the economy, society and man in the direction of society 5.0



Author Biographies

Dr. Valentyna Voronkova, Zaporizhzhia National University

Doctor of Philosophy (D.Sc.), Professor, Academician of the Academy of Higher Education of Ukraine, Head of the Department of Management of Organizations and Project Management, Engineering Educational and Scientific Institute Named after Y.M. Potebnya of Zaporizhzhia National University (Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine).

Dr. Natalya Metelenko, Zaporizhzhia National University

Doctor of Economics, Professor, Academician of AENU, Y. M. Potebnya Engineering Education and Scientific Institute of Zaporizhzhia National University (Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine).

Dr. Vìtalina Nikitenko, Zaporizhzhia National University

Doctor of Philosophy (D.Sc.), Professor of the Department of Management and Administration, Engineering Educational and Scientific Institute Named after Y.M. Potebnya of Zaporizhzhia National University (Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine).

Dr. Olga Kyvliuk, Kyiv University of Intellectual Property and Law of the National University "Odesa Law Academy"

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, (Ukraine, Kyiv), Head of the Department of Philosophy, Foreign Languages and Social Sciences and Humanities, Kyiv University of Intellectual Property and Law of the National University "Odesa Law Academy" (Kyiv, Ukraine).

Dr. Roman Oleksenko , Dmytro Motornyi Tavria state agrotechnological University

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Professor of Department of Management of Public Administration, Dmytro Motornyi Tavria state agrotechnological University (Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine).


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