Dresden: Dresden University Press, 1997. 881 pp.
A sweeping analysis of the transition from a civilization dominated by the characteristics of literacy to a new civilization of many “literacies.” The spectacular but unsettling reality of faster cycles of change, the breakdown of traditional values and institutions, and many other symptoms of technological innovation is the subject of the book. The digital paradigm underlying the new civilization provides a basis for this perspective.
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