The mentality of Homo interneticus: Some Ongian postulates

Michael Goldhaber

Abstract



Because typical experiences will differ, the mentality of the typical Internet user, or Homo interneticus, is likely to be significantly different from that of the typical reader of printed works or of writing or of the typical member of purely oral cultures. These differences include deep assumptions about time and space, authority, property, gender, causality and community.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v9i6.1155



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