The Web and the Rites of Knowing

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Abstract

On the whole, they're producing pure paper rather than pixels: reams of cyberology—or cyberphilosophy. Today's McLuhans, targeting the Net rather than the tube, are telling us how we're going to think, vote, read, pray, look at art, cover news, choose our lovers, and shape our ethics. Digerati now spout off about ramifications of the information age faster than you can say (or reach) AOL.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)17-22
JournalEducational Technology
Volume41
Issue number5
StatePublished - 2001

Keywords

  • colleges
  • epistemology
  • higher education
  • information technology
  • dialectic
  • books
  • information age
  • technological revolutions
  • cultural studies
  • childrens poetry

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