from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Fear of or aversion to technology, especially computers and high technology.
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- n. A fear of new technologies.
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- n. dislike for new technology
"technophobia" of families that own a 52-inch TV set but can't find money for a PC.
This modern form of sublimity is more complex than mere technophobia.
But what follows is an exercise in parent-worrying technophobia.
See the technochondria tweet and the technophobia tweet from @blogdiva.
I am currently doing a university assignment into technophobia.
If the promise of ICTs will lead to poverty reduction, how will technophobia affect this mission?
Mothers are a big influence on their daughters and if they display feelings of technophobia, some girls may unconsciously adopt similar feelings.
Here are a few examples of fighting and understanding technophobia in Africa.
Global Voices in English » Africa: Will technophobia crash the ICT party?
In a comment, Neil J says we should all be expanding our definition of technophobia — because each of us have a bit of it.
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