Social Dimensions of Information Technology: Issues for the New Millennium
Social Dimensions of Information Technology: Issues for the New Millennium is an anthology that brings together multiple viewpoints on the social dimensions of the information technology revolution. The chapters cover social, political, educational, personal and international dimensions of information technology impacts. Each chapter, raising important issues with profound implications for public policy and societal development, focuses on different aspects of the effects of computing and IT that have accelerated every area of human life.
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Human Capital Issues and Information Technology
The Progress of the Internet
The CoEvolution of Society and Multimedia Technology
THE POLITICAL DIMENSION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Assessing Equality of Access
Creating a Democratic Public Sphere through
THE EDUCATIONAL DIMENSION OF
THE PERSONAL DIMENSION OF
Technology Culture and
Past Concerns and Future Directions
THE INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION OF
Past Present and Future
World Information Flows and the Impact of New Technology
International Network for Integrated Social Science
Technological Change Virtual Learning and Higher
The Role of Information Technology in Quality Education
The Paradox of Paperless Classes
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