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National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Slack, Jennifer Daryl. While the technologies have changed, these debates go back hundreds of years, and their assumptions have become deeply entrenched in our culture. In clear and compelling language, Slack and Wise untangle and expose the cultural assumptions that underlie our thinking about technology, stories so deeply held we often don't recognize their influence. The book considers the perceived inevitability of technological advance and our myths about progress. It also looks at sources of resistance to these stories from the Luddites of the 19th century to the Unabomber in our own time.
It is the commonsense version that most of us have been exposed to, within which we negotiate a relationship with technology. Even those who critique technology often launch their theories from within the commonsense version of the story. However, in the received view, these problems are seen as playing the role of minor nuisance in an overall endorsement of the storyline.
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Slack and Wise untangle and expose cultural assumptions that underlie our thinking about technology, stories so deeply held we often don't recognize their.Reply
This is the first major review of interactive technologies and their cultural and social context.Reply
Culture and Technology: A Primer Second edition. by Jennifer Daryl Slack; J MacGregor Wise. eBook. English. Online-Ausg. Publication: Culture and.Reply