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Conceptualization and Measuring the Digital Economy

Journal: Business Ethics and Leadership (BEL) (Vol.6, No. 2)

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Page : 127-135

Keywords : Digital Citizenship; Conceptualization; Measurement; Digital Technology; Digital Economy;

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With the rapid development of digital technology, a wide range of academic fields is devoting an increasing amount of attention to the study of “digital citizen building”, often known as “DC”. Despite the widespread use of the word, academics are free to define DC in any way they think proper. The primary emphasis of this extensive inquiry is an in-depth examination of every book that has ever been written about DC themes and values. Journal articles that other researchers have evaluated made up 114 of the total. The topic of education is mentioned in more than half of the entries on the list. Even while each major DC notion was welcomed by its specific disc method, they all had one thing in common: a storm. Concerns raised by participants and prior research on the DC study were considered in these outcomes. The difficulty is that there is a significant shortage of research information on young children, as well as a deficiency in the use of conventional methods of research that are relevant to developmental cohesion. According to the findings of the current integrated study, collaboration across different racial groups is necessary to solve both policy and operational challenges in the District of Columbia research community.

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