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Achieving the Intercalation of the Social and the Technical in Computing: The SREC (Socially Robust and Enduring Computing) Program

By David Hakken and Maurizio Teli


This Poster addresses the core issue of iSchool research: How to achieve adequate accounts of what happens when people and organizations use automated (that is, computer-based) information and communication technologies. It outlines the authors ’ vision of how persuasive, balanced accounts that properly integrate social and technical perspectives on computing might be achieved, and a research program intended to make this vision real. Categories and Subject Descriptor

Topics: General Terms Management, Performance, Design, Economics, Reliability, Human Factors, Standardization, Theory, Legal Aspects. Keywords
Year: 2012
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