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The notion of the "individual" is a recent invention yet its implications are vast. If we can put the idea of the individual into perspective we should find it easier to understand what mutations are likely to affect us as we move into the so-called Information Society.

The disconnected individual - an introduction
Alan McCluskey - 3 July 96
The impact of schooling on ways we learn
Alan McCluskey - 3 July 96
Our attitude to knowledge and the power of the expert
Alan McCluskey - 3 July 96
The changing face of work
Alan McCluskey - 3 July 96
The way decisions are taken in a yes/no society
Alan McCluskey - 3 July 96
The institutionalisation of community solidarity
Alan McCluskey - 3 July 96
Ever growing mobility and the role of the local community
Alan McCluskey - 3 July 96
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Created: July 3rd, 1996 - Last up-dated: July 3rd, 1996