Telecommunications and Cultural Interaction
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History of world telecommunications and media
- Cultural Questionnaire: Result
- By Krista Lagus, 30 Jannuary 1995. A study that demonstrates the tension
between universal communication and local cultures.
- Communication: Towards a New Global Information Paradigm
- By Roberto Savio, 1 March, 1995. Re. the meaning of globalization.
- Philippine Greens protest the visit of #1 U.S. cyberlord Bill Gates
- From the Philippine Greens, 20 March 1998. How IT globalization can undercut local
values: impact of Microsoft's monopoly on Philippine education.
- UN Blames Internet for Easy Drug Access
- By Thalif Deen, IPS, 23 February 1999. Uncontrolled communications
among people can have negative consequences.
- Follow-up to the World Summit on Social Development
- From the Commission on Social Development, 10 - 20 February 1998. United Nations
agenda that assumes that information technology is primary enabling mechanism for
economic globalization [i.e.,imperialism].
- Marginal groups (i.e. the rest of us) thrive on the Internet
- By B. Bower, in Science News, 17 October 1998. An enrichment of society: newsgroups
create a social space for marginal groups.