01641nam a2200397 a 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036010001700077019001400094020001800108020001500126035002000141035003900161035001900200040005900219043001200278049000900290050002300299082001700322100002100339245015600360246003200516260005400548300002100602504006600623505016900689590002700858590001100885650007300896650004100969650004401010650004501054994001201099999013201111ocn196305501OCoLC20080813063300.0080215s2008 nyu b 001 0 eng  a 2008006690 a183267836 a9781585426393 a1585426393 a(Sirsi) a151690 a(OCoLC)196305501z(OCoLC)183267836 a(Sirsi) 242634 aDLCcDLCdBAKERdBTCTAdYDXCPdC#PdBWXdOCPdVP@dNVS an-us--- aNVSS00aHQ799.7b.B38 200800a302.23/12221 aBauerlein, Mark.14aThe dumbest generation :bhow the digital age stupefies young Americans and jeopardizes our future (or, don't trust anyone under 30) /cMark Bauerlein.30aDon't trust anyone under 30 aNew York, NY :bJeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin,c2008. a264 p. ;c24 cm. aIncludes bibliographical references (p. [237]-254) and index.00tKnowledge Deficits -- gThetNew Bibliophobes -- tScreen Time -- tOnline Learning and Non-Learning -- gThetBetrayal of the Mentors -- tNo More Culture Warriors aBT 8-7-08 14.72 ftu ny zStacks 0aYoung adultsxEffect of technological innovations onzUnited States. 0aTechnology and youthzUnited States. 0aYoung adultszUnited StatesxAttitudes. 0aInternetxSocial aspectszUnited States. aC0bNVS aHQ799.7 .B38 2008wLCc1iB002652471d10/19/2018e9/24/2018f10/20/2018g12lSTACKS3mMAINn7p$25.00q10rYsYtBOOKu8/4/2008