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Technology, Society and Culture
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Nelson, Alondra. 2010. “Technology, Society and Culture”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Implicit within the utopian commercial narratives that framed the information revolution of the last twenty-five years has been a variant of "technological determinism"----the philsophy that technologies are the sole or primary engines of social change. In this course we will take a different approach. Taking our cue from the social constructivist school...

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Science and Technology
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College 300

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