Collegium for Research in Interactive Technologies
- Computers, Telecommunications and Western Culture
- Personal computers and the individualistic design of international computer networks are founded in Western concepts of democracy, interpersonal communication and freedom. The popular preference for personal computers rather than central computers mirrors a characteristically Western political and cultural emphasis.
- Cooperative Computing in the Nineties
- Opportunities for Academic Computing Services
- Cross-Cultural Implications
- It has been widely held that cultural studies offers means by which members of different cultures may interact without prejudice. With the advent of global computer networks, it may also become important to facilitate cultural interaction while retaining cultural integrity. Otherwise, “culture shock” may easily become a domestic disease.