Knowledge and communication in the computer age: Proceedings from a symposium, November 2-3, 1987, Linköping, Sweden
1988 (English)Conference proceedings (editor) (Other academic)
KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION IN THE COMPUTER AGE was organized by The Institute af Tema Research at the University of Linköping, Sweden. with support from The Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation, and the Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research.
Modern information technology has brought radically new conditions for human knowledge both for the individual human belng and on common, collective levels as well. How is the knowledge of today built up, how is it distributed? What do these changing conditions mean for baslc human quallties such as personality, responsibllity and communication between human beings? How is knowledge used, by whom and for what purposes in a changing and increasingly complex society? Does the intelligibllity of lif e and reality change? All these questions are present in dilierent senses and to different extents in various parts of life and society. The aim of the symposium was to shed light on the importance of same of the questions. Particular attention was paid to children and young people growing up in the new computer culture.
The Organizer: In The Faculty of Arts and Science at Linköping University research is pursued and research training given under four broad problem areas known as temas (themes). These are Health and Society. Communication Studies. Technology and Social Change, and Water and Environmental Studies. In fall 1988 a fifth theme will start. f ocusing on children.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Linköping: Linköping University Electronic Press, 1988. , 56 p.
SIC (Linköping), ISSN 0280-5634 ; 22Tema T Report, ISSN 0280-8552 ; 16
Communication, Computer, human knowledge, children
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IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-111565ISBN: 91-7870-366-2OAI: oai:DiVA.org:liu-111565DiVA: diva2:758144
Sheny Turkle: Computers and Psychological Development (5)
Jaques Hebenstreit: Children. Computers and Schools. Myths and Umits (11) Questions and Answers (21)
Donald A. Schön: Reflective practice and Policy Controversies (23) Questions and Answers (28)
Lars Ingelstam: Industrialized Information and Personal Knowledge (31) Questions and Answers (39)
Thomas Söderqvlst: Knowledge is Power. A Critical Approach to the Information Society (41) Questlons and Answers (47)
Joseph Weizenbaum: On the Status oj Knowledge in the Information Society (49) Questions and Answers (54)2014-10-242014-10-242014-11-06Bibliographically approved