Ritically analyse two of the theories that seek to explain the relationship between people and technology.

The following is the instructions of the module:
You are encouraged to go beyond the recommended reading list and to use online resources and materials that are that help you answer your chosen question.

Required Reading:
Baym, N.(2010)Personal Connections in the digital age, Cambridge: Polity Press (Chapter 1).
Gauntlett, D. (2011) Making is connecting: the social meaning f creativity, from DIY and knitting to Youtube and Web, Cambridge: Polity Press (Chapter). archive/adorno/1944/culture-A­a?industry.htm Benkler, Y.) The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom, Yale University Press (Chapter 10).
Chen, M. D, (2009) Communication, Coordination, and Camaraderie in World of Warcraft, Games and Culture, 4 (1), pp. 47a?73. Feenberg, A (2002) Transforming Technology: a critical theory revisited, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Introduction).
Heidegger, M. (1977) The Question Concerning Technology, London: Harper & Row.
Ito, M. (2006) Mobile Phones, Japanese Youth, and the RePlacement of Social Contact, in Rich Ling and Per Pedersen Eds. Mobile Communications: Re-A­a?negotiation of the Social Sphere available at: uk/fass/sociology/papers/law-A­a?notes-A­a?on-A­a? ant.pdf
Leaning, M (2005) a?The modal nature of ICT: Challenging historical interpretation of the social understanding and appropriation of ICTa, The Journal of Community Informatics, 2, (1), pp. 35 Available at: 278/231
Marcuse, H. (1998) Technology, War and Fascism, London: Routledge. Rogers, E. M. (1995) Diffusion of Innovations, 5th edition, NY: Free Press.