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culture of technology.
Finniston, Montague Sir
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The Culture of Technology examines our often conflicting attitudes toward nuclear weapons, biological technologies, pollution, Third World development, automation, social medicine, and industrial decline.
It disputes the common idea that technology is "value-free" and shows that its development and use are conditioned by many factors-political and cultural as well as economic and :// (shelved 1 time as technology-and-internet-culture) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving In The Will to Technology and the Culture of Nihilism, Arthur Kroker explores the future of the 21st century in the language of technological destiny.
Presenting Martin Heidegger, Karl Marx, and Friedrich Nietzsche as prophets of technological nihilism, Kroker argues that every aspect of contemporary culture, society, and politics is coded by the dynamic unfolding of the 'will We are 'going virtual' in more and more areas of our lives - from shopping to education, filing systems to love affairs.
How can we assess the relationship between technology and culture when culture «‘Culture and Technology: A Primer’ offers a major theoretical synthesis in the guise of an easy-to-use textbook. If you want to understand why culture matters for the study of technology and what a cultural studies approach brings to our understandings of technology, this book is › Books › Computers & Technology › Networking & Cloud Computing.
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we must use technology to create purposeful The subtitle for his book is "The Surrender of Culture to Technology," which is a very concise summary of the argument of his book. Though, by the end, he seems to have portrayed the rise of the modern American Technopoly more as a degeneration and undermining of the cultural meaning and purpose undergirding our entire › Books › Science & Math › Technology.
An early VR pioneer, Lanier has long maintained a dialectic on the balance between humanity and technology. In this book, he asks hard questions about the inherent design of Web — its The late Neil Postman's book, Technopoly, is a sobering assessment of a technologically obsessed American culture.
The fact that the book was presciently published inlong before the Internet became ubiquitous, is alarming. Don't be fooled though, Postman isn't a pure Luddite and this isn't a book that is :// Transfer and Cultural Change in Communist Societies," Technology and Culture, April ; "The Bias of Technology," Pippin, Feenberg, Webel, eds., Marcuse: Critical Theory and the Promise of This book was written at the Western Behavioral Sciences Institute where I have enjoyed the~andrewf/books/.