Information Technology and Society: Implications for the Information Professions, Volumen10

Library Association Publishing, 1992 - 119 páginas
This book examines the changes information technology has made to people's lives at the level of the individual, the organization and society. Predictions and speculations, from manufacturer's hype to Orwellian forecast, are matched by the author against the effects which can be observed at these levels. Consideration is given to the extent to which the information society' is radically different from the industrial society which preceded it. The consequences of these changes on the likely nature of future information work and the requirements for training the profession are set out.

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IT as convergent technology
evolution or revolution?
Information technology and organizations
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