Technology and Civic Life: Making and Implementing Development Decisions

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Despite current doubts about its misuse, technology still offers the best hope of eliminating disease, poverty, and ignorance in developing nations. "Widespread misgivings about the quality of contemporary life suggest that technology should do better," the author remarks--but how?This study examines the relationships between technology and social change at three levels--national governments, lesser organized groups, and individual citizens--in order to explore their respective roles in the Western experience of ...

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