The Information Revolution: Opposing Viewpoints

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Laura K. Egendorf
Greenhaven Press, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 202 pages
Few inventions have had a greater impact on modern society than the computer and the Internet. The authors in this anthology debate the ways in which the Information Revolution has changed society, its effect on education and personal freedoms, and the future role of these technologies.

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Contents

Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
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The Information Revolution Has Not Created
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The Internet Has Not Transformed the Economy
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