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Z514 Social Aspects of Information Technology

Credits: 3

The objective of this course is to help students think critically and constructively about information & communication technology and its relationship to work, leisure, and society at large. This course covers a series of concepts and analytical devices as well as empirical case studies related to social consequences of information & communication technologies when it is shaped and used by individuals, public agencies, and businesses.

Fall 2018


Instructor: Noriko Hara
Time: 9:30AM-12:00PM Fri
Location: Informatics West, Room 232