Telematics and Government

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Ablex, 1982 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 237 pages
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This books systematically assesses the role of government in the computerization of U.S. and world society. Part One traces the evolution of postwar policy for domestic telematics--in parallel with growing corporate demand for merged computer-communication services under private mastery. Part Two extends the arguments to the international sphere, as the structure of corporate enterprise is now essentially transnational. Part Three returns to Government's other critical role in the computerization process, as a market for advanced telematics equipment and services.

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Part
96
Policy for Integration and Expansion
105
The United States Regulatory and Policy Offensive
149
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Dan Schiller is a professor in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is the author of Digital Capitalism: Networking the Global Market System and other books.

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