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Educational Theory

1999 Volume 49, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Only Connect: Computer Literacy from Heidegger to Cyberfeminism

    Paul Standish

    Discusses the place of new technology in education, examining what computer literacy amounts to in the age of the Internet. After noting practical problems with the vision of schools online, the... More

    pp. 417-35

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  2. Cyberfeminism and Education in the Era of the Exile of Spirit

    Ilan Gur-Ze'ev

    Reconstructs the critique and utopia of cyberfeminism, arguing that cyberfeminism does not advance feminist emancipation nor contribute to the elevation of counter-education, which will challenge... More

    pp. 437-55

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  3. Cyberfeminisms, Cyberliteracies, and Educational Cyberspheres

    Jane Kenway & Helen Nixon

    Discusses cyberliteracy and cyberfeminism, offering alternative viewpoints to other articles on the issue in order to prompt further dialogue between educational philosophy, sociology, and cultural... More

    pp. 457-74

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