Technology and Choice: Readings from Technology and Culture available in Hardcover
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Innovation-- the imaginative attempt to introduce something new or to solve some problem-- smashes routine and demands choice, even if only the choice to retain the status quo. This collection of fourteen essays provides a spectrum of historical perspectives on how, when, or why individuals, societies, governments, and industries have made choices regarding the use of technologies.
About the Author
Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette is an independent historian based in Washington, DC.