Digital ethics, political economy and the curriculum: This changes everything
Luke, Allan, Sefton-Green, Julian, Graham, Philip W., Kellner, Douglas, & Ladwig, James G. (2017) Digital ethics, political economy and the curriculum: This changes everything. In Mills, Kathy A., Stornaiuolo, Amy, Smith, Anna, & Pandya, Jessica Zacher (Eds.) Handbook of Writing, Literacies and Education in Digital Culture. Routledge, New York. (In Press)
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This chapter makes the case for a refocusing of teaching and learning across the curriculum on foundational questions about ethics in digital culture – and, hence, for reframing classroom practice around critical digital literacies. Our view is that a central aim of schooling now should be the interrogation of the forms and contents, practices and consequences of digital communications, and that the curriculum should engage developmentally and systematically with the current issues regarding everyday actions and their consequences, corporate and state surveillance, privacy and transparency, political and economic control and ownership.
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