August 1996

Root Page of Article: Computerization at Work, by Rob Kling


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  • Kling, Rob. 1991b. "Computerization and Social Transformations." Science, Technology and Human Values. 16(3):342-367.
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  • Kling, Rob and Clark Turner. 1991. "The Information Labor Force" in Postsuburban California. Rob Kling, Spencer Olin and Mark Poster (eds.) Berkeley: University of California Press.
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