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The information revolution

Author: Laura K Egendorf
Publisher: San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laura K Egendorf
ISBN: 0737716932 9780737716931
OCLC Number: 793178946
Description: 202 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The information revolution has created a digital divide / Larry Irving --
The information revolution has not created a digital divide / Adam D. Thierer --
The Internet has transformed the economy / Robert J. Eaton --
The Internet has not transformed the economy / Dwight R. Lee --
The Internet promotes social interaction / William J. Mitchell --
The Internet discourages social interaction / Andrew L. Shapiro --
Technology has improved education / Margaret Honey --
Technology alone has not improved education / Andrew T. LeFevre --
The information revolution has improved off-campus education / Kathleen B. Davey --
The information revolution has not improved off-campus education / Dave Wilson --
Government-sponsored programs have made computers accessible to poorer schools / William E. Kennard --
Government-sponsored programs are unnecessary / Adam D. Thierer --
New technologies are a threat to privacy / Simson Garfinkel --
New technologies are not a threat to privacy / Greg Miller --
Restricting obscenity on the Internet threatens free speech / Mike Godwin --
Restricting obscenity on the Internet does not threaten free speech / Theodore B. Olson --
Intellectual property rights require greater protection / Bonnie J.K. Richardson --
Intellectual property rights do not require greater protection / James Boyle --
The information revolution will continue to benefit society / Joseph F. Coates --
The information revolution will not be a panacea / Economist --
The information revolution will benefit developing nations / David Morrison --
The information revolution will not benefit developing nations / Kunda Dixit --
The information revolution will become more competitive / Nicholas Imparato --
The Internet could help build a global democracy / Andrew Hammer.
Responsibility: Laura K. Egendorf, book editor.

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