Springer "Comparative Information Technology" Philosophy book explains about recent research dealing with ICT, cultural identity and is written by Joseph Zajda/Donna Gibbs.
Springer "Comparative Information Technology" Philosophy book provides direction in education relevant to transformational educational reforms. Book shows ideological imperatives of techno-determinism affecting cultural identity.
Title: Comparative Information Technology: Languages, Societies and the Internet
Subject: Computers & technology, education-general, ict, cultural identity and more
Number of pages: 200
Author: Joseph Zajda, Donna Gibbs
Publisher: Springer, Publication date: April 21, 2009, 2009 edition
Dimensions: 234 mm x 158 mm x 19 mm
Genre: Education/philosophy & social aspects
Series: Globalisation, Comparative Education and Policy Research (Book 4)
Explores conceptual frameworks and methodological approaches applicable in the research of ICT, globalization and pedagogy
Demonstrates ideological imperatives of techno-determinism affecting cultural identity and pedagogy
Provides strategic education policy analysis on recent developments in information technology and cultural identity research
Gives suggestions for directions in education and policy changes, relevant to democratic and empowering pedagogy in the 21 century
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