Spivak (1988). Can the Subaltern Speak? (Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture)

“Derrida is hard to read; his real object of investigation is classical philosophy. Yet he is less dangerous when understood than the first-world intellectual masquerading as the absent nonrepresenter who lets the oppressed speak for themselves.” (p 292)

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De Zwart (2014). Ai Weiwei is Living in Our Future.

“It is not only the government who is following us and trying to influence our behavior. In fact, it is the standard business model of the Internet. Our behaviour on the Internet is nearly always mediated by a third party. … The biggest commercial intermediary is Google who by now decides, among other things how I walk from the station to the theatre, in which way I will treat the symptoms of my cold, whether an email I’ve sent to somebody else should be marked as spam, where best I can book a hotel, and whether or not I have an appointment next week Thursday.” (¶22)

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Britz (2004). To Know or Not to Know: A Moral Reflection on Information Poverty.

“Information poverty is defined as that situation in which individuals and communities, within a given context, do not have the requisite skills, abilities or material means to obtain efficient access to information, interpret it and apply it appropriately. … It is argued in this article that information poverty is a serious moral concern and a matter of social justice and as such should be on the world’s moral agenda of social responsibility.” (p 192)

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Conley & Barot (2001). A UNESCO View of Adult Education and Civil Society.

Conley, M. W., & Barot, É. (2001). A UNESCO View of Adult Education and Civil Society. In D. H. Poonwassie & A. Poonwassie (Eds.), Fundamentals of adult education: issues and practices for lifelong learning (1st ed., pp. 189-202). Thompson Educational Publishing. Headings: Learning How To Value Democracy … 190 Exploring the Linkages between Adult Education … Read more

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