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The (dis)information age : the persistence of ignorance

著者: S Nick Mohammed
出版商: New York : Peter Lang, ©2012.
丛书: Digital formations, v. 79.
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The (Dis)information Age challenges prevailing notions about the impact of new information and media technologies. The widespread acceptance of ideas about the socially transformative power of these technologies demands a close and critical interrogation. The technologies of the information revolution, often perceived as harbingers of social transformation, may more appropriately be viewed as tools, capable of  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: S Nick Mohammed
ISBN: 9781433115028 1433115026 9781453905340 1453905340
OCLC号码: 761334867
描述: 206 pages ; 24 cm.
内容: Introduction --
Ignorance in context --
The information age in perspective --
Information age paradoxes --
Media and ignorance --
Disinformation, propaganda and video games --
Ignorance is good business --
Information age journalism and ignorance --
Social media, disinformation and ignorance --
Reasons for hope --
Epilogue: the end of the world.
丛书名: Digital formations, v. 79.
责任: Shaheed Nick Mohammed.
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