Annual Editions: Computers in Society
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Aug 1, 2001 - Computers - 229 pages
A compilation of articles from such public press sources as Technology Review, Communications of the ACM, and Training looks at the use of computers and the increasingly important roles they play in our lives. These selections examine the role computers play in our economy, our workplaces, our social institutions and explore the implications for social interaction and social values.This title is supported by Dushkin Online (http://www.dushkin.com/online).
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