Computers and Technology in a Changing Society

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Thomson/Course Technology, 2004 - Computers - 312 pages
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There are few ways in which computers and technology don't impact our lives on a daily basis. As result, it is increasingly important that students are not only fluent in the many ways that technology can benefit them, but are also aware of the effects it has on society. Computers and Technology in a Changing Society, Second Edition is a unique text that provides a concise introduction to the computer concepts that students need to know, as well as the risks and issues that accompany their use.

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CHAPTER
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COMPUTERS TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY
26
KEY TERMS
32
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Deborah Morley has authored more than ten popular computer textbooks, including UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERS: TODAY AND TOMORROW and UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERS IN A CHANGING SOCIETY. Professor Morley earned her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Business Information Systems from California State University, Fresno. Today she offers more than ten years of experience teaching at the college level.

Parker, The College of Santa Fe.

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