Personal Computers and the Family
Marvin B. Sussman
Haworth Press, Jan 1, 1985 - Social Science - 202 pages
A pioneering volume that explores the new phenomenon of the personal computer and its impact on the family. Family theorists express queries and concerns about the significance of the personal computer upon the organization, values, ideologies, and behavioral practices of family systems. The rich selection of ideas discussed in this groundbreaking book include the impact of computers on family dynamics and development; the family's response to this new technology; the potential benefits or harm to marital, parent-child relationships, and quality of family life; the use of microcomputers in family therapeutic processes; and the role of personal computers in the delivery of services to families.
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