Confronting Technopoly

Charting a Course towards Human Survival

Edited by Phil Rose

Confronting Technopoly

Edited by Phil Rose

Distributed for Intellect Ltd

246 pages | 7 x 9 | © 2016
Cloth $100.00 ISBN: 9781783206889 Will Publish April 2017
In 1992, Neil Postman presciently coined the term “technopoly” to refer to “the surrender of culture to technology.” This book brings together a number of contributors from different disciplinary perspectives to analyze technopoly both as a concept and as it is seen and understood in contemporary society. Contributors present both analysis of and strategies for managing techno-social conflict, and they also open up a number of fruitful new lines of thought around emerging technological, social, and even psychological forms.
 
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