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We all expect our computers and the internet to interact  with us. That’s the name of the game. Nevertheless, no matter how complex and sophisticated our electronic tools become, there will always be moments when they fail to live up to their end of the bargain. There will be moments when software and hardware don’t work properly, when noise intrudes into the communication, and connections break. There will be moments when our telecommunication systems give us nothing, not even an error message. The frustration and anger we experience in reaction to these failures says something about our relationship to our machines and the internet–something about our dependency on them, our need to control them. 

Psychology of Internet and Cyberspace

SKU: 9788183564922
  • Author: H.P. Hegde

    ISBN: 9788183564922


    Binding: H.B

    1st Edition: 2009

    Reprinted: 2023

    Pages: 220

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