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Racialized Technology: Computers, Commodification, and "Cyber-race"
Jamel K. Donnor
Vol. 131, THE POLITICS OF CURRICULAR CHANGE: Race, Hegemony, and Power in Education (2005), pp. 91-102
Published by: Peter Lang AG
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42977285
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