The information superhighway and post-modernity: The social promise and the social price
Comparative Education | Published : 1996
This paper is concerned with the social and cultural implications of converging technologies. It offers answers to questions about the implications for our quality of life, social justice and for politics in the context of post-modernity. Drawing together arguments from key commentators and critics from within and beyond cyberspace it identifies possibilities and potential dangers. The purpose of the paper is to assist educators to move beyond current instrumental perspectives.