Abstract

The introduction of information and communication technologies into five coastal sites in Newfoundland offers both promise and challenge to a people struggling in the wake of the collapse of their single resource, the cod fishery. Our study asks again Heidegger’s question about technology: in what manner does it affect one’s very way of Being?

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Technological Rationality in Five Coastal Communities of Newfoundland: Historical and Contemporary Challenges to Lifelong Learning

The introduction of information and communication technologies into five coastal sites in Newfoundland offers both promise and challenge to a people struggling in the wake of the collapse of their single resource, the cod fishery. Our study asks again Heidegger’s question about technology: in what manner does it affect one’s very way of Being?