Habits of the High-Tech Heart by Quentin Schultze
Living Virtously in the Information Age

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Habits of the High-Tech Heart addresses the major drawbacks to the network computerization of our society and the growing tendency to substitute technology and innovation for morality and virtue.

The solution is not to dismantle our growing technologies but to pay more attention to the "habits of the heart." Schultze calls for a renewal of community and offers readers ways to live by habits of the heart in the information age.

About Quentin Schultze

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Quentin J. Schultze (Ph.D., University of Illinois) is professor of communication arts and sciences at Calvin College. He is the co-author of several books, including Internet for Christians and Dancing in the Dark: Youth, Popular Culture and the Electronic Media.
Published June 1, 2004 by Baker Academic. 260 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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In a study that is long overdue, renowned media studies expert Schultze (Internet for Christians) provides a clear-eyed critique of the perils of being seduced by the flash and glitter of information technology.

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(I am not sorry about the pun.) Informationism removes us ever farther away from real knowledge because "the plethora of available information makes us more dependent on experts who supposedly can interpret it for us" (25).

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