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Stereotyped images in the technology/society debate

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Welchel, Robert J. ; Department of Electrical Engineering, TriState University, Angola, Indiana 46703

It would seem that the dominant paradigm for social discourse in our age is bifurcation. One takes an issue of some complexity, reduces the rich, amorphous ambiguities of the issue to two antithetical positions, chooses a side, and then comes out swinging. A recent example of this genre of thought is Mr. Jerome Suran's essay “Technology in Modern Society” [1].

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Technology and Society  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )