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Учебное пособие ставит своей задачей формирование навыков научной коммуникации на английском языке с целью оптимизации лингвистического сообщения и предназначено для студентов и аспирантов механико-математического факультета МГУ.

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Taylor and Francis, London. Taylor, A. and Harper, R. (2001) The gift of the gab? html. Winston, B. (1989) The illusion of revolution. In Forester, T. (ed), Computers in Human Context: Information Technology, Productivity and People. Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 71–81. 1 Introduction Such is the speed of recent technological change that it is already hard to recall the extent of consternation and surprise associated with the first appearance of mobile phones. Uncertainties about how, when, where and why to use one’s mobile have all but disappeared.

It takes some time to learn to use a technology. It takes some time to learn when it can be useful. However, it also takes some time to learn to manage the combination of options available to us, one that has become increasingly complex. This means time to experiment, to find what works best in what circumstances, to discover the implications of certain practices and circumstances when they prove to be problematic. But this process itself takes place within a dynamic environment. The mobile phone and Internet may have started as mass markets in the mid-1990s, but there have been further new developments throughout (the rise of texting, the complexities of mobile pricing, the growth of spam e-mail) in addition to the uneven and staggered take-up of new communications options among the wider population.

It’s a real problem actually, it really screws things up, I can think of loads of arrangements that have been totally screwed up by e-mails not getting through in time. I’ve missed meeting people and I’ve not known about things that I’ve been invited to because they didn’t come through. (Haddon, 2000) However, even if at one point in time one option seems to be have disadvantages compared with another (or have other implications), this does not prevent it from being adopted at a later stage. Or, as the example below shows, the experience of problems associated with a new element of the repertoire may lead to it being modified.

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