Hopes and Horrors, by Rob Kling
For Further Reading
- Berry, W. (1990). Why I am not going to buy a
What Are People for?.
Essays by W. Berry.
North Point Press. Reprinted in Dunlop and Kling.
- Boguslaw, R. (1965). The New Utopians: A Study of System
Design and Social Change. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice
- Daedelus of the New Scientist. (1970, June). Pure technology.
Technology Review, pp. 38-45.
Reprinted in Technology and Man's Future.
(1st Ed.). Ed. Alfred Teich. New York: St. Martin's Press.
- Dunlop, C. and R. Kling, Eds.. (1991). Computerization
and Controversy: Value Conflicts and Social Choices.
Boston: Academic Press.
- Feigenbaum, E. and P. McCorduck. (1983). The Fifth
Generation: Artificial Intelligence and Japan's Computer
Challenge to the World. Reading: Addison-Wesley.
(excerpted in Dunlop and Kling, 1991).
- Glendinning, C. (1990). When Technology Wounds: The
Human Consequences of Progress. New York: William
- Hardt, H. (1979). Social Theories of the Press: Early
German and American Perspectives. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
- Kozol, J. (1988). Illiterate America. Garden City: Anchor
- Kurzweil, R. (1990). The Age of Intelligent Machines.
Cambridge: MIT Press.
- Lyon, D. (1988). The Information Society: Issues and
Illusions. Cambridge. England: Polity Press.
- Mander, J. (1991). In the Absence of the Sacred: The Failure
of Technology and the Survival of the Indian Nations. San
Francisco: Sierra Club Books.
- McCloskey, D. (1990). If You're So Smart: the Narrative of
Economic Expertise. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
- Sculley, J. (1989, September). The relationship between business and
higher education: A perspective on the twenty-first
century." Communications of the ACM, 32(9):1056-1061.
Reprinted in Dunlop and Kling. 1991.
- Singer, E. and P. Endreny. (1993). Reporting on Risk.
New York: Russell Sage.
- Todd, I. and M. Wheeler. (1978). Utopia. New York:
- Van Maanen, J. (1988). Tales from the Field: On Writing
Ethnography. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
- Webster, F. and K. Robins. (1986). Information
Technology: A Luddite Analysis. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
- Webster, F. (1994, January-March). What information society?
Information Society. 10(1):1-23.
- Webster, F. (in press). Theories of the Information Society.
- Wright, K. (1990, March). Trends in communications: The road
to the global village. Scientific American, 262(3):83-94.