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Perspectives and Policies on ICT in Society

An IFIP TC9 (Computers and Society) Handbook

Berleur, Jacques, Avgerou, Chrisanthi (Eds.)

2005, VIII, 290 p.

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From the reviews:

"This book emanates from Technical Committee 9, ‘Relationship Between Computers and Society’. It gathers papers from several members of this committee … . they contain ‘critical voices on the nature of and the social consequences’ of this emerging concept. Thus, such a book deals with an important matter, and it should be read by anybody who feels concerned by the future and consequences of our science. … For me, the important contribution of this book may be the large bibliographies that end most papers." (O. Lecarme, Computing Reviews, April, 2006)

 

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