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Selected Works

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Works by David Morgan Lochhead

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Technology And Distance Education - Lecture 1, David Morgan Lochhead Jan 1997

Technology And Distance Education - Lecture 1, David Morgan Lochhead

Dr. David Morgan Lochhead

First of three talks presented to the SACEM Annual Meeting, Brite Divinity School, Fort Worth, Texas, January 10-12, 1997: Content and Context in Education


Technology, Communication And The Future, David Morgan Lochhead Jan 1995

Technology, Communication And The Future, David Morgan Lochhead

Dr. David Morgan Lochhead

The future in a "society of generalized communications." final reflection at Ecunet '95, Baltimore, Maryland, May 24, 1995


Living In Virtual Un/Reality, David Morgan Lochhead Jan 1995

Living In Virtual Un/Reality, David Morgan Lochhead

Dr. David Morgan Lochhead

Reality and Cyberspace. The Opening Address to the Ecunet '95 Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, May 21, 1995


Theology And Interpretation: A Footnote To Mcluhan, David Morgan Lochhead Jan 1994

Theology And Interpretation: A Footnote To Mcluhan, David Morgan Lochhead

Dr. David Morgan Lochhead

An exploration of the impact of electronic text on hermeneutics. Lochhead argues that electronic text processing undermines the stability of meaning that is associated with the printed word.


A Software World, David Morgan Lochhead Jan 1991

A Software World, David Morgan Lochhead

Dr. David Morgan Lochhead

What are the consequences when software defines reality? This essay was prepared for presentation at a church related computer event in 1991, but was never presented after the event was cancelled


Have You Hugged Your Computer Today?, David Morgan Lochhead Jan 1990

Have You Hugged Your Computer Today?, David Morgan Lochhead

Dr. David Morgan Lochhead

"I have owned a computer for over ten years now. When the computer came into my life, it turned it upside down. I was excited. I would spend every moment that I could with my computer. The most exciting thing that could happen to me would be for a new piece of software to come along. I lavished my computer with new programs. "