Social Pointers

It is evident that this situation has effect on the culture of the humanity, especially in the poor countries, where the social contrasts are still more perceivable. In function of the competitiveness requirement, each one is seen as adversary of the others and intends to fight for the maintenance of its place of work. The excluded ones are taxed of imcompetent people and the poor persons tend to be made responsible by its proper poverty. Parallel to this, a new form of right extremism appears in the industrialized countries, of form that the xenophobia and the violence appear interlaced with the fight for work spaces. It is clearly that the violence also appears as reaction of the excluded ones, and the logic of the system, based on the competition, develops increasing ' ' culture of violncia' ' in the society. Also we cannot forget that the proper organized crime offers to chances of work and security to the excluded ones. In relation to Brazil the country is very distant of the countries developed in relation to access to the medias. Currently, in Brazil it is evident that the technological exclusion reaches a great parcel of the population (You plough).

From this, podese to notice an extremely mutual relation between the digital and social exclusion. A small parcel of the population has access the computers and to the Internet and our country has much to walk in the direction to guarantee more equality enters its citizens (Synthesis of Social Pointers – IBGE 2006), ' ' therefore to enter in the digital world, it is necessary to be in the world alfabetizado' ' (GALVAO, 2003). Although the situation of Brazil to be critical, exists countries in worse conditions, as much in America how much in the continents African and Asian. Perhaps in other countries the digital exclusion could be boarded of separate form of the social exclusion, but it is impossible to speak of the digital exclusion without mentioning the other existing problems in the Brazilian society, as the social inaqualities, the illiteracy, unemployment, low income education.