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    Online cultures and the Internet:  From Techno-Romanticism to the  Dot.com Economy
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    Class announcements  About mini-papers and graded in-class activities Do the reading and come prepare to discuss… Make sure you get at least ONE key idea or concept introduced in the reading Doubts and questions are welcome! Write complete sentences. Do not use drawings or symbols to explain your ideas ! Use separate paragraphs to identify or present different ideas It’s ok to include questions about what you didn’t understand or was unclear from the readings Rubric: 1 pt: for signing your name (you were here!) 2-3 pts: incomplete answer reflecting partial argument of the reading 4: provides an answer but it’s poorly expressed 5: well-articulated, clear answer
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    Technological determinism Media technologies Society Cultural determinism
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    Markets as Shapers of Technology Creating social “needs” Delaying adoption of innovation Monopoly on patents
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2009 for the course COMM 397M taught by Professor Fuentes during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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