Introduction: Family Life in the Information Age
information technology, community, identity
Consider the term "horseless carriage." Blindered by what came before them, the inventors of the automobile could not see the huge change it would have on how we work and play... We have a similar blindness today, because we just cannot imagine a world in which our sense of identity and community truly cohabitates the real and virtual realms.
Original Publication Citation
Hughes, R. Jr., Ebata, A. T., & Dollahite, D. C. (1999). Family life in the information age. Family Relations, 48, 5-6.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hughes, Robert Jr.; Ebata, Aaron T.; and Dollahite, David C., "Introduction: Family Life in the Information Age" (1999). Faculty Publications. 5019.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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