Wary, on the one hand, of the disempowering habit of viewing technology as a satanic mill of domination, and weary, on the other, of postmodernist celebrations of the technologically sublime, Constance Penley and Andrew Ross have compiled a group of provocative case studies by contributors whose critical knowledge provides a realistic assessment of the politics currently at stake in those cultural practices touched by advanced technology. The groups examined here range from high-tech office workers, "Star Trek" fans, and ...

Technoculture 1991, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN

ISBN-13: 9780816619320

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Technoculture 1991, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN

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