Access Denied in the Information Age by Stephen Lax (eds.)

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6 Our study used multiple methods to gain a valid perspective on the social role of the pager blackout. It was anchored in a telephone survey of households in the five-county Greater Los Angeles area, which encompasses the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Ventura. The study began two weeks after the pager blackout, and lasted one full week. 2). In addition, the research team became participant-observers of the blackout, focusing on friends and co-workers with pagers and listening to their experiences.

S. paging services’, Land Mobile Radio News, 52, 22 May, 1998. Atlantic Constitution (1998) ‘Beepless in America: cosmic glitch caused a pause that refreshed our hectic lives’, The Atlantic Constitution, 21 May, p. D1. N. (1986) The Control Revolution. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Berelson, R. F. N. Stanton (eds), Communications Research, 1948–49. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pierce. html, March 1999. Dutton, Elberse, Hong and Matei 31 Boston Globe (1998) ‘Pager users cope after satellite zap’, 21 May, p.

Technology was inescapably linked to masculinity. Few could see its potential to challenge a gendered world. Technoscience, especially those aspects to do with the body, was perceived as dangerous, a source of disempowerment for women. The Dialectic of Sex (Firestone 1970) was the only exception to this. This book was a radical demand for a sexual and cultural revolution, based on an ‘enlightened’ use of technology. For Firestone, cybernetics, ‘cybernation’ and ‘artificial’ reproduction held the key to gender equality.

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