New Media, New Era

  • Russo J
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This article explores the impact of the new communications technologies on the generation born in the 1980s, the first to grow up under the dominance of the computer. It considers some of the parameters for discussing the close of one era and the beginning of another and draws on the writings of major civilizationist historians and futurologists, including Jacques Ellul, Samuel Huntington, and Romano Guardini.

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  • economic change
  • education
  • future
  • history
  • language
  • technological society
  • technology

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  • John Paul Russo

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