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High technology and low income communities : prospects for the positive use of advanced information technology

Author: Donald A Schön
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.] : MIT Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text considers how low-income communities will be affected by the waves of social, economic, political and cultural change that surround information technologies. It explores the issues in  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Kongress (Cambridge/Mass., 1996)
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald A Schön
ISBN: 026269199X 9780262691994
OCLC Number: 231765918
Description: XVII, 411 S. : ill., Kt.
Contents: Part 1 Setting the context: the informational city as a dual city - can it be reversed?, Manuel Castells; changing geographies - technology and income, Peter Hall; centre cities as havens and traps for low-income communities - the potential impact of advanced information technology, Julian Wolpert; the city of bits hypothesis, William J. Mitchell; information technology in historical perspective, Leo Marx. Part 2 Strategies of action: the question of access - equitable access to the online world, William J. Mitchell; governance and advanced information technology -information technologies that change relationships between low-income communities and the public and nonprofit agencies that serve them, Joseph Ferreira, Jr., planning support systems for low-income communities, Michael Shiffer; entrepreneurial potential - software entrepreneurship among the urban poor - could Bill Gates have succeeded if he were black?....or impoverished?, Alice H. Amsden and Jon Collins Clark; the educational computer - action knowledge and symbolic knowledge - the computer as mediator, Jeanne Bamberger; the community computer - the computer clubhouse - technological fluency in the inner city, Mitchel Resnick et al, computer as community memory - how people in very poor neighbourhoods made a computer their own, Bruno Tardieu, social empowerment through community networks, Alan Shaw and Michelle Shaw, commodity and community in personal computing, Sherry Turkle, approaches to community computing - bringing technology to low-income groups, Anne Beamish. Part 3 Conclusions: information technology and urban poverty - the role of public policy, Bish Sanyal and Donald A. Schon.
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