Abstract: This study describe results about research of new forms of identity electronic nomadism in the context of network technologies and economic relations. It is revealed that, modern electronic nomads fit surrounding space (both virtual and real) for themselves, possess high mobility. It is shown that, the diffusion of new technologies and changes in the means of communication thus weakly affects the changes in the social structure of the population and little effect on social inequalities. Thus, the possible deformation of individual behavior associated with imbalances between the level of development and the level of social inequality in different economic systems. In addition, it was revealed that electronic nomadism gives the opportunity of belonging to a cultural phenomena in other countries/cultural environments. Other things being equal, this gives additional opportunities for developing business cooperation between different cultural community.
Natalia Seliverstova, Elena Iakovleva and Olga Grigoryeva, 2018. Electronic Space of Modernity: Some Benefits and Risks. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 6799-6805.