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by Steve Woolgar

Virtual Society?: Technology, Cyberbole, Reality epub ebook

Author: Steve Woolgar
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (November 28, 2002)
Pages: 368 pages
ISBN: 0199248753
ISBN13: 978-0199248759
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This book investigates the precise effects on society of the new and much vaunted electronic technologies . The contributors to the volume argue that their transformative effects amount to our transition to a virtual society.

This book investigates the precise effects on society of the new and much vaunted electronic technologies (ICTs). All aspects of our social, cultural, economic, and political life stand to be affected by their continued massive growth, but are fundamental shifts already taking place in the way in which we behave, organize, and interact as a direct result of the new technologies? The contributors to the volume argue that their transformative effects amount to our transition to a virtual society. Издательство: Oxford University Press.

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Virtual Society? is one vision of the consequential impact of these technologies Steve Woolgar was Professor of Sociology, Head of the Department of Human Sciences, and Director of CRICT.

Virtual Society? is one vision of the consequential impact of these technologies. In particular, claims that we are moving to a 'virtual society' need to be tempered by a reassessment of connections between what counts as 'real' and 'virtual'.

Virtual Society? : Technology, Cyberbole, Reality. Virtual Society? is one vision of the consequential impact of these technologies. But to what extent and in what ways are the Internet and other electronic technologiesreally changing our lives?

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This book investigates the precise effects on society of the new and much vaunted electronic technologies (ICTs). All aspects of our social, cultural, economic, and political life stand to be affected by their continued massive growth, but are fundamental shifts already taking place in the way in which we behave, organize, and interact as a direct result of the new technologies? The contributors to the volume argue that their transformative effects amount to our transition to a virtual society.
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