This list is a selection of text books I have used to teach the Computers in Society module. In addition to these more general books, each unit of the module has a separate web page which contains a list more specialized books linked to that particular topic - follow the links from the CIS home page.
|Finnegan. R, Salaman. G & Thompson. K.||Information Technology: Social Issues - A Reader, The Open University/Hodder & Stoughton., 1994.||0340416696|
|Heap. N., Thomas. R., Einon. G. and MacKay. H.||Information Technology and Society: A Reader, The Open University/Sage, 1994.||0803979800|
|Lyon. D.||The Electronic Eye: The Rise of Surveillance Society: Computers and Social Control in Context, Polity Press, 1994.||0745612687|
|Rowe. C and Thompson. J||People and Chips: Human Implications of Information Technology, Mcgraw Hill, 1996.||0077093453|
|Alcorn. P.||Social Issues in Technology: A Format for Investigation, Prentice Hall, 1997.||0134598768|
|Baase. S.||A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues for Computing and the Internet, Prentice Hall, 1997.||013501137X|
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