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CyberCultures - ASB/SBS/SOC 205 -West campus: Books & Videos

Enjoy this guide to the world of CyberCulture. You find links to information sources relevant to the course and an introduction to the multi-user virtual environment, Second Life.

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computer hackers
computers and civilization
cyberspace
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information technology--social aspects
technology--social aspects
virtual reality
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