Tradeoffs: Imperatives of Choice in a High-Tech World

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986 - Social Science - 238 pages
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Examines the social, economic, and ecological impacts of technology, discussing how decision-making should weigh future costs against current benefits and demanding that the consequences of these decisions be made public

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Introduction
1
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS
5
TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL SYSTEMS
21
Copyright

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