Man and the Computer --Technology as an Agent of Social Change. John Diebold.

Man and the Computer --Technology as an Agent of Social Change.

Praeger, NY 1969; 157 pages; technology 'time-line' chronology endpapers.

Condition: Good+ overall, light tan cloth hardcover, title stamped in black on spiine; light shelfwear, small tear in cloth along front cover fore-edge, old (apparently) coffee-stain lightly across outer edge of rear cloth and onto top & bottom textblock fore-edges, not affecting any text and not affecting the integrity of the pages -- no rippling etc. A solid & tight binding and pages are clean and unmarked.

Keywords: technology in society, management and computers, history of computers in business, john diebold, automation'

Price: $7.00

Item Description

Includes -- Preface; The Profound Impact of Science and Technology; Educational Technology and Business Responsibility; International Disparities; The Training of Managers; The Long-Term Questions; selected Readings.

'We should be raising basic questions as to whether we learn in order to earn a living or learn to live and who will teach us...' (Diebold, page 5).