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Playing the Future: What We Can Learn from Digital Kids

Rushkoff, Douglas

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ISBN 10: 1573227641 / ISBN 13: 9781573227643
Verlag: Riverhead Trade, 1999
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Do "The Simpsons" represent a leap forward in media consciousness? Do Sega video games and channel-surfing offer new strategies for coping in a world fraught with unpredictability? Can raves, snowboarding, or online chatting teach us something about adapting to cultural change? Douglas Rushkoff, "one of the great thinkers and writers of our time" (Timothy Leary) says yes, yes, and yes.

Inhaltsangabe: Arguing that media-saturated children have learned the necessary skills to survive and prosper in our digital age, the author uses everything from chaos theory, to Rodney King, to Star Wars to demonstrate that kids hold the key to the future. Reprint.

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Titel: Playing the Future: What We Can Learn from ...

Verlag: Riverhead Trade

Erscheinungsdatum: 1999

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