People's Reactions to Technology: In Factories, Offices, and Aerospace
Stuart Oskamp, Shirlynn Spacapan
SAGE Publications, Jul 1, 1990 - Psychology - 296 pages
How does the pace and pervasiveness of new technology impact on the individual? To answer this question, this volume focuses on the computerization of offices, the use of robots in factories and advanced technology in the aerospace industry. Fascinating perspectives on how technology infiltrates everyday life are provided, together with stimulating reports on the latest research in this rapidly changing and diverse field.
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