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CyberReader (2nd Edition) (edition 1998)

by Victor J. Vitanza

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Title:CyberReader (2nd Edition)
Authors:Victor J. Vitanza
Info:Longman (1998), Paperback, 509 pages
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In the dawn of the 21st Century, living on the cutting edge of technology is the key to awareness and survival for the next millennium. The impact of technology -- on individuals, society, economy, and on such legal issues as freedom of expression and copyright, on politics and the reporting of political issues, on sexual politics, and of course, on education -- is immense and ever-changing. Vitanza explores some of todayÕs hottest topics and the increasingly important role that new technologies play in society. The bookÕs introduction places the development of cyberspace in a historical context rooted in the 1960s. Readings in the ten thematically organized chapters range from scholarly to popular sources, debating everything from network security and on-line pornography, to virtual libraries and cyberpunks. Titles include: "Introduction to the Virtual Community," "Crimes of the Net," "Identity Tourism and Racial Passing on the Internet," and "Rape in Cyberspace." All people interested in issues of technology and its effect on culture.

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