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Title: CO-HESION! : REDISCOVERING THE NEW WAYS OF CONNECTING. LIVING AND SOCIALISING IN A (POST-)DIGITAL ERA.
Authors: MAHMUD KAMIL BIN ABDUL KADIR
Keywords: 2020-2021
Architecture
Master's
MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE
Zdravko Trivic
Design Thesis
Design Track
DT
Digital
Face to Face
In real-life
Social Connections
Technology
Virtual
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2021
Citation: MAHMUD KAMIL BIN ABDUL KADIR (2021-07-05). CO-HESION! : REDISCOVERING THE NEW WAYS OF CONNECTING. LIVING AND SOCIALISING IN A (POST-)DIGITAL ERA.. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: With the rise of technological advancements and the internet over the past few decades, having a constant virtual connection has become a norm for society. As we progress towards utilising digital platforms such as social media as our primary mode of social interactions, it is necessary not to forgo Face-to-Face and in real-life interactions, which may otherwise have detrimental effects. This thesis looks into rediscovering the new ways of connecting in the (post-)digital age while maintaining In-Real-Life social interactions and connections. With Singapore undergoing digitisation through the Smart Nation Movement, new novel technologies can be a catalyst towards face-to-face social interactions or provide an entirely new experience for social connections that maintains our real-life social skill abilities and empathy. These technologies can provide a balance between physical and digital social interactions, and allow individuals to retreat to their personal space observing the rising trend for individualistic living lifestyles.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/221087
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