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My name is David Wilkinson and I am currently working on a Master's Thesis in Sociology at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg Kansas. The subject of my Thesis is the Internet and social change broadly. More specifically I am interested in the thesis of Informational Capitalism and how the Internet by virtue of its capacity as a means of production is a form of access to the forces of production by the masses. I would like to use this site as a location to publish my writings on the Net and solicit commentary. I welcome your comment which you can email. I am concerned with whether or not the Internet will create another layer of social inequality or be a medium in which social equality is increased. This is dependent upon Internet accesibility regardless of race, gender and class. Please let me know your thought on this and as well I would appreciate information about other web sites which address these issues.

Sincerely
David H. Wilkinson BGS

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