Course Description


LIS 9707A (Fall 2013)   Technological Society: Inequality, Power, and Social Networks

Instructor: A. Quan-Haase

Course Description
Technology has become such an intrinsic part of our everyday lives in the West that we need to carefully consider its social, economic, and political implications. The aim of this class is to examine the intersection of technology and society by systematically analyzing technology design, implementation, and use. The course provides a solid understanding of the role of technology in society (historically and theoretically) and gives students the tools they need to embark on a critical and in-depth inquiry of our technological society. Key topics include privacy, social networks, inequality, digital skills, and digital creativity.

Course Syllabi for LIS 9707A (Fall 2013)
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0.5 courseCross-listed with LIS PhD 9862 and MS 9235

Program Content Areas
Connecting People with Information
Information and Communication Technology
Information Policy
MLIS Program Level Learning Outcomes
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives

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