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GLOBALIZATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

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TABLE OF CONTENT


 APPROVAL PAGE………………………………………… II


DEDICATION………………………………………………….III


ACKNOWLEDGMENT……………………………………….IV


ABSTRACT…………………………………………………….VII


TABLE OF CONTENTS……………………………………….VIII


CHAPTER ONE


 


1.0     INTRODUCTION……………………………………………..     1


1.1     STATEMENT OF RESEARCH PROBLEM……………….. 6


1.2     SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY………………………….     8


1.3     AIMS AND OBJECTIVES……………………………………… 8


1.4     SCOPEAND LIMITATION OF THE STUDY,.. …………….8


1.5.0 DEFINITIONS OF TERMS…………………………………….9


1.5.1 GLOBALIZATION………………………………………………..9


1.5.2 INOFRMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)…………    …………..9


1.5.3 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY


(ICT)………………………………………………………………………………10


1.5.4 LOCAL GOVERNMENT……………………………………………10


1.6.    RESEARCH HYPOTHESES…………………………………..12


 


CHAPTER TWO


 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE


2.0     INTRODUCTION……………………………………………….17


2.1     GLOBALIZATION……………………………………………… 19


2.1.1. THE VIOLENCE OF GLOBALIZATION……………………22  


2.1.2. MILITARY GLOBALIZATION………………………………..  23


2.1.3 THE PATHWAYS OF GLOBALIZATION (ECONOMIC


GLOBALIZAT1ON)…………………………………………………………23


2.1.4 WHAT IS THE ROLE OF ICTS IN THIS PROCESS? …..26


2.2.0 THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION     ‘ TECHNOLOGY (ICT)………………………………………………………26


2.2.1 FUNCTION OF ICT……………………….:……………………….27


2.2.2 ICT AND EDUCATION……………………………………………..28


2.3.0 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK………………………………….29


2.3.1 ADULATORY AND ALARMIST THEORY……………………21


2.3.2 THE OPTIMIST THEORY…….’….,………………………………29


2.3.3 THE PESSIMIST THEORY……………………………………….. 30


 


 


CHAPTER THREE


RESEARCH METHODOLOGY


3.0   INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………33


3.1 POPULATION OF THE STUDY………’………………………. 33


3.2 SAMPLE SIZE………………………..’.’…………………………….33


3.3 SAMPLING TECHNIQUES……………………………………….34


3.4 DATA COLLECTION………………………………………………34


3.5 RESEARCH DESIGN……………………………………………..34


3.6 PROBLEMS RELATING. TO THE COLLECTION OF DATA.. 35


3.7 EDITING, RECORDING AND TABULATION………………….36


CHAPTER FOUR


DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION


4.2     DATA PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION…………………38


4.3     HYPOTHESES TESTING……………………………………………..49


CHAPTER FIVE


SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS


5.1     SUMMARY……………………………………………………………………53


5.2.    CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION……………………….54


INDEX …………………………………………………………………….64


 


CHAPTER ONE


 


1.0 INTRODUCTION


 


There is hardly any aspect of modern living that does not require the use of information technology. It is significant that in the developed world the conscious or unconscious tragedy has been to ensure that the average home has at least one personal computer. Consequently, even the young once are trained to remain ahead of other children by relating to computer technology as the second nature. Indeed, the computer has become a basic tool, rather than leisure for solving life’s problems. Hence, information technology help to simplify and easy communication on public formation categorically the use of Internet, satellite, and cellular mobile network etc. all Federal Government .Ministries, Departments, .Interdepartmental Agencies and Commissions are all online. Information Technology (IT) has become a veritable instrument of world politics. The nation of the world with high technological powers tent to control the less technologically advanced once. This is evident when we observed the activities of the G7 nations and the United Nation Security Council. Only nations which can hold their own technological are the members of the UN Security Council. A country with little technological track records stands dwarfed in today’s world politics.

The development of capitalism has taken a new dimension and has today succeeded in conquering everywhere and everything in the world. Today the world is seen as a global village where everything and every body can reach and be reached from anywhere through the power of new technology. Globalization therefore, has to do with processes by which different human communities and nations become integrated in one single system called global village.

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