The False Promises of the Digital Revolution: How Computers transform Education, Work, and International Development in Ways that are Ecologically Uns (Counterpoints #469) (Hardcover)

The False Promises of the Digital Revolution: How Computers transform Education, Work, and International Development in Ways that are Ecologically Uns (Counterpoints #469) By Shirley R. Steinberg (Other), C. a. Bowers Cover Image

The False Promises of the Digital Revolution: How Computers transform Education, Work, and International Development in Ways that are Ecologically Uns (Counterpoints #469) (Hardcover)

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This is book number 469 in the Counterpoints series.

In this book, C.A. Bowers investigates how to understand the cultural non-neutrality of digital technologies; how print and the emphasis on data undermine awareness of the tacit information pathways between cultural and natural ecologies; and how to identify educational reforms that will contribute to a more informed public about the uses of digital technologies.
C. A. Bowers (PhD, University of California) is a semi-retired professor who still writes and gives talks on educational reforms that address the cultural roots of the ecological crisis. He has written 24 books and has been invited to speak at 39 foreign and 42 American universities. His earlier book, Let Them Eat Data, has been translated into Japanese and Chinese.
Product Details ISBN: 9781433126130
ISBN-10: 1433126133
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publi
Publication Date: February 28th, 2014
Pages: 119
Language: English
Series: Counterpoints