Books in category Technology & Engineering – Social Aspects

  • Engineering in Society

    Engineering in Society
    Panel on Engineering Interactions With Society

  • Technological Growth and Social Change Achieving Modernization Volume 16

    Technological Growth and Social Change: Achieving Modernization, Volume 16
    Stanley A. Hetzler

    Originally published in 1969.

  • Young People Ethics and the New Digital Media

    Young People, Ethics, and the New Digital Media
    Carrie James, Katie Davis, Andrea Flores, John M. Francis, Lindsay Pettingill, Margaret Rundle, Howard Gardner

    This proposed model for ethical play sets the stage for the next part of the GoodPlay project, an empirical study that will invite young people to share their stories of engagement with the new digital media.The John D. and Catherine T. …

  • E Merging Media

    E-Merging Media
    Axel Zerdick, Klaus Schrape, Jean-Claude Burgelmann, Roger Silverstone, V. Feldmann, C. Wernick, C. Wolff

    Examines the long-term developments for communication systems and the media industry Shows the structural changes of the media economy Authors are international renowned experts in the field

  • Nightwork

    Institute Historian T. F. Peterson, Eric Bender

    " What better way to mark the 150th anniversary of MIT's founding than to commemorate its native ingenuity with this new edition of Nightwork?

  • Technological Innovation as an Evolutionary Process

    Technological Innovation as an Evolutionary Process
    John Ziman

    Ground-breaking yet non-technical analysis of the analogy that technological artefacts 'evolve' like biological organisms.

  • Web History

    Web History
    Niels Brügger

    This is the first edited volume to put the emerging field of web history on the agenda of internet research.

  • Technological Slavery

    Technological Slavery
    Theodore J. Kaczynski

    Feral House does not support or justify Kaczynski's crimes, nor does the author receive royalties or compensation for this book.

  • Utopia Is Creepy And Other Provocations

    Utopia Is Creepy: And Other Provocations
    Nicholas Carr

    Drawing on artists ranging from Walt Whitman to the Clash, while weaving in the latest findings from science and sociology, Utopia Is Creepy compels us to question the technological momentum that has trapped us in its flow. “Resistance is …

  • Urban Mass Transit

    Urban Mass Transit
    Robert C. Post

    Relates how the technology of urban mass transit and society interact.

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