Uluç, Güliz
June 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2003, Vol. 7 Issue 16, p255
Academic Journal
In recent years, it has been observed that concepts of informatics and technology in academic circles, upon which optimistic winds blow from time to time, have turned into modern utopias. This approach in which international inequality in producing, processing, storing and disseminating knowledge hasn't been taken into consideration involves a point of view in which technology is over stressed and is incongruous with the present reality. This sudy stresses on the fact that it would be misleading to create a democratic cyber society with equal opportunities in possessing the knowledge, in short, in creating a better world, unless we solve the inequality in the field of information technologies among countries and regions.


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