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The Internet: Opposing Viewpoints (Opposing Viewpoints)

   by Helen Cothran

    Greenhaven Press
    01 October, 2001


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Editorial description(s):

From School Library Journal
Grade 7 Up-As the Internet pervades every aspect of our society, new questions and controversies arise. This volume tackles a wide variety of related topics. The format and approach are identical to other titles in the series; both sides of a particular issue are explored in depth. Each essay is prefaced by questions that will help students focus their reading, and each chapter concludes with suggestions for further reading and research. Some of the debates explored include: Does the Internet improve education? Does the Internet connect us or isolate us? Is the concept of the "digital divide" exaggerated? Should Internet privacy laws be enforced? The essayists come from diverse backgrounds, including journalism, politics, education, and entertainment. Some selections are drier than others, but on the whole this is a useful volume for any student tackling the complicated and confusing issues surrounding the technology debate.
Ronni Krasnow, New York Public Library
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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