Information and Behavior

Front Cover
Brent D. Ruben
Transaction Publishers, Jan 1, 1985 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 600 pages
1 Review
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

The Coming of the Information Age Information Technology and the Study of Behavior
3
Information and Communication Information Is the Answer but What Is the Question?
27
Conflicts of Theory and Issues of New Information Media Policy
40
The Functions of Human Communication
62
Whose Life Is It Anyway? Information as Property
76
Computers and Communication
95
The PersonComputer Interaction A Unique Source
113
Mass Communication Theory and the New Media Major Assumptions in Light of Technological Change
125
Information Exposure Attention and Reception
251
Indexing Systems Extensions of the Minds Organizing Power
287
Communication Information and Adaptation
324
Information and Political Behavior
343
Metaphors Information and Power
369
Privatizing the Public Sector The Information Connection
387
Videotex and American Politics The More Things Change
406
Information Technology and Social Problems Four International Models
428

The Political Economy of Database Technology
149
Behavioral Impacts in the Information Age
161
The Impact of New Technology on the Acquisition Processing and Distribution of News
183
ComputerMediated Interpersonal Communication
202
InformationProcessing Conceptualizations of Human Cognition Past Present and Future
225
Corporate Transborder Data Flow and National Policy in Developing Countries
455
About the Contributors
481
SubjectName Index
489
Citation Index
511
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

All Book Search results »

Bibliographic information