The Dead School

The Dead School

Book - 1995
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The social, political and technological implications of the information revolution are the focus of this textbook. It explores the major social and technological issues surrounding the introduction of information technology (IT) into everyday life; presents historical and comparative perspectives on the social and technological processes involved in the uses of, control of and access to IT; and critically examines the assumptions underpinning technological development.

Divided into five sections, each with a detailed introduction, the book provides a comprehensive overview of information technology, and its implications for all of us. Contributors place the debates around IT in an international context, illustrating the imp

Publisher: New York : Dial Press, 1995.
ISBN: 9780385314206
0385314205
Branch Call Number: MCC
Characteristics: 286 p.

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