The third edition of Anabel Quan-Haase's Technology and Society: Social Networks, Power, and Inequality is tuned in to the changing social norms and connective possibilities brought on by the intersection of technology and society. Joining historical, theoretical, and research-based approaches
to studying human's relationships with technology - from rudimentary tools to digital platforms - Quan-Haase animates the questions central to our always unfolding relationship with technology. How does technology affect the flow of information between and across societies? In what ways does it
impact social cohesion and inequality? What new kinds of relationships does technology facilitate, both with ourselves and the world around us? Technology and Society engages these timely questions by encouraging students to think critically about their increasingly technological lives.