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The Digital Gap Between Rich and Poor Kids Is Not What We Expected
In The Digital Gap Between Rich and Poor Kids Is Not What We Expected, Nellie Bowles of the New York Times covers the digital gap from an angle most don’t expect: instead of the rich having access to technology and the poor lagging behind, the rich h (More)
Final Project Video- Mclain Campbell
Communication Technology and its Implications on Attention Span   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKfeqMZFtCQ   (More)
The Impact of Communication Technology on Privacy and Data in a Digital World (Final Project)
To check out my short video explanation, click here! The Impact of Communication Technol (More)
Racial Digital Divide in 2019 (Final Project)
Micco Brisker Professor Jia COMM 385 5 May 2019 Digital Divide in 2019 (To Watch My Short Video Explanation Click HERE) As the digital age has evolved, digital (More)
Race, Gender, and Information Technology Use: The New Digital Divide, Jackson et al.
This research paper examined race and gender and how these two factors affect the intensity and the nature of information technology use and whether it can predict academic performance. Today, “digital divide”, refers to gap in intensity and nature o (More)
Future Progress in Artificial Intelligence (Muller & Bostrom)
In Future Progress in Artificial Intelligence: A Survey of Expert Opinion" by Vincent Muller and Nick Bostrom, they survey hundreds of researchers with an expertise in the study of artificial intelligence to determine the direction of our future with (More)
From Visual Simulation to Virtual Reality Games
In From Visual Simulation to Virtual Reality Games, Zyda explains the possibility for game developers to “have the potential to influence not just the future of interactive entertainment but also the future of interactive training, education, and sim (More)
Cultivating Humanity Towards a Non-Humanist Ethics of Technology by Peter Paul Verbeek
"Cultivating Humanity Towards a Non-Humanist Ethics of Technology" was written by Peter Paul Verbeek in 2009 and asserts that the technologically mediated character of our daily lives has important ethical implications. In ethics, the question is ‘ho (More)
The Personalization of Politics: Political Identity, Social Media, and Changing Patterns of Participation
The Personalization of Politics was written in 2012 by W. Lance Bennett, a professor of political science and communication at the University of Washington, offers a framework for how collective action occurs and is incentivized through social media, (More)
Is the Internet really a blessing for democracy? – Cass Sunstein
In this article Cass Sunstein, who was Head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs under the Obama Administration, and is now a Harvard professor, writes about the dangers of the internet when it comes to democracy. He starts by contendi (More)
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