Life On The Screen
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Every day millions of people interact on the Internet. They navigate simulated worlds, create virtual personalities, and forge online relationships that both challenge and enrich their sense of what's "real." In this groundbreaking study of the psychology of online life, Sherry Turkle explores not only what the computer does for us but also what it does to us. From the way it changes children's ideas about what is alive to the way it provokes new ways of thinking about politics, community, sexual identify, and our most basic concepts of self. SC, 347 pages.
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