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JIMENEZ JARAMILLO, Gonzalo  and  GIRALDO ZULUAGA, Conrado. Bioethics and digital technology: a doorway to research from the social sciences´ perspective. Rev. P+L [online]. 2014, vol.9, n.2, pp.101-117. ISSN 1909-0455.

This article approaches the advance of technology as an argument for social research, looking at the way -from a bioethical perspective of care- its development marks trends and defines the profile of the prospective for other disciplines from the social sciences fields, making a revision to the aspects related to education, work, organizations, culture, market, ecology and health that are committed to technology and that, from the 20th century (for the analysis in hand), are presented as markers in several focuses about the social transformation´s prospective. The authors have concentrated on analyzing the technological advances as an atmosphere to create dynamics and produce scenarios for social research, favored by the degree of commitment these dynamics have with those advances.

Keywords : IT; modernity; postmodernity; digital technology; hedonistic determinism.

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