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Page 1 of 2 Outline for “How Will the Internet Change Society?” and “The McDonaldization of Society” How Will the Internet Change Society?: type of information gap that is typical during periods of rapid social change Development norms and policy lags being development of technology. the internet and the printing press – how these inventions changed society – Info that is only accessed by elite of society now in hands of everyone how the digital revolution differs from previous technological revolutions – 1 st development not entirely controlled by adults virtual communities - internet communities the downside of text-based communication Difficulty of expressing emotions and feelings generation ‘lap’ (yes; it’s “lap” not “gap”) refer to a twist in normal flow of socialization process. Refers to children teach parents as opposed to viceversa why college students today watch less TV than their parents did the digital revolution relationship between poverty and access to technology
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