New Information Technologies and the Fate of Rationality in Contemporary Culture: A Roundtable

June 2006
Russian Studies in Philosophy;Summer2006, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p72
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the roundtable discussion on the psychological effects of mass media if they are abused and the protective measures against such perversions. One panelist claimed that the new information and communication technologies have the capacity to corrupt the primary values and culture of the society like freedom of information and critical thinking.


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