Abstract: How high technology is changing our society and culture, and what this means for our future. Ways in which a true democracy can use its technical skills not to control but to enhance human endeavor and preserve freedom and individuality.
Keywords: book review, sociology, science, culture, technology, conflict, social aspects.
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Title: Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology
Author: Neil Postman
Publisher: Random House
Date Published: March 1993
ISBN: 0679745408
LOCN: T14.5.P667 1993
Dewey: 303.48/3 20
Pages: 222
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Author:        Postman, Neil.
Title:         Technopoly : the surrender of culture to
                  technology / Neil Postman.
Edition:       1st Vintage Books ed.
Published:     New York : Vintage Books, 1993.
Description:   xii, 222 p. ; 21 cm.
LC Call No.:   T14.5.P667 1993
Dewey No.:     303.48/3 20
ISBN:          0679745408 (pbk.) : $11.00 ($14.50 Can.)
Notes:         Originally published: 1st ed. New York : Knopf,
               Includes bibliographical references (p.
                  [207]-210) and index.
Subjects:      Technology -- Social aspects.
Control No.:   92050584 


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