The communication superhighway, or the information superhighway as it is often more limitingly called, does not exist. It is an idea, the conceptualisation of which will largely shape its final realisation and use.
The Communication Superhighway is the first Australian text to analyse the social and economic dimensions of the superhighway. It takes a multidisciplinary approach to the social construction vs technological determinism debate, and offers an understanding of the change and education processes needed for the new but essential forms of communication which are evolving.
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Greg Heam is Associate Professor, School of Communication at Queensland University of Technology.
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