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" Patton similarly asserts that computer-mediated communication . . . will do by way of electronic pathways what cement roads were unable to do, namely connect us rather than atomize us, put us at the controls of a "vehicle" and yet not detach us from the... "
Networks in the Global Village: Life in Contemporary Communities - Page 332
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Communities in Cyberspace

Marc A. Smith, Peter Kollock - Social Science - 1999 - 323 pages
...we're the ones that are doing it, whether we realize it or not.1 Phil Patton similarly asserts that computer-mediated communication . . . will do by way...and yet not detach us from the rest of the world. (Patton 1986:20) John Perry Barlow, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, goes further...
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The Changing Adolescent Experience: Societal Trends and the Transition to ...

Jeylan T. Mortimer, Reed W. Larson - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 2002 - 280 pages
...a major theme. This reward-focused rhetoric emphasizes "a renewed sense of community ... [in which] [C]omputer-mediated communication . . . will do by...and yet not detach us from the rest of the world" (Jones, 1995, p. 11). Beyond this social benefit, Internet optimists point out the growth of new literary...
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New Media: A Critical Introduction

Martin Lister - Social Science - 2003 - 404 pages
...of the same significance as highways and roads (3.1 7): Computer mediated communications, it seems, will do by way of electronic pathways what cement...and yet not detach us from the rest of the world. (Jones 1994: 10) Given that our everyday and 'common-sense' understandings of community have at least...
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Asia.com: Asia Encounters the Internet

Kong-Chong Ho, Randy Kluver, Kenneth C. C. Yang - Computers - 2003 - 270 pages
...computer-mediated community. Virtual community has its own advantages compared to the offline world. Computer-mediated communication will do by way of...what cement roads were unable to do, namely connect rather than atomize us, put us at the controls of a "vehicle," and yet not detach us from the rest...
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