4 edition of Social and ethical effects of the computer revolution found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Joseph Migga Kizza.|
|Contributions||Kizza, Joseph Migga.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.C66 S618 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 333 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||95049868|
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Computer ethics, consideration of both personal and social policies for the ethical use of computer technology, regulates how computers should be used. It highlights how issues such as intellectual property rights, privacy concerns, and how computers affect society’s behavior. discuss changing trends in computer use and their economic, social, legal and ethical effects on society. explain changes to society brought about by the use of computer systems e.g. in changing leisure patterns and work expectations.
Ethical and social issues arising from the use of technology in all areas of our lives—and in business, in particular—have lead to the creation of a new branch of ethics: technoethics. Technoethics (TE) is an interdisciplinary research area concerned with all moral and ethical aspects of technology in society. Riane Eisler, who has written several books on a partnership model of social organization, describes (personal and social) “technologies of actualization” that deserve substantial public and private support in the 21st century: “There are four types of technology. There are .
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Social and Ethical Effects of the Computer Revolution is not meant for the general reader. It is a specialized book that is useful for both computer academics and information management professionals as a means to shape the future role of computer technology.2/5(1).
Social and Ethical Effects of the Computer Revolution. Zeinab A. Karake (Catholic Publication date: 1 October Abstract. Keywords. Computer security; Computer technology; Ethics; Information management; Social responsibility; Citation.
Karake, Z.A. (), "Social and Ethical Effects of the Computer Revolution", Logistics Information Author: Zeinab A. Karake. In Deborah Johnson stood opposite to the statements of Gorniak and told computer ethics will not revolution rather than ethical thinking and analysis, computer ethics is the same ethics with a twist in the flavour.
(Comphist, ) (Bynum, ) VIEWS OF PIONEERS Norbert Wiener. The author agrees with James Moor that computer technology, because it is ‘logically malleable’, is bringing about a genuine social revolution. Moor compares the computer revolution to the ‘industrial revolution’ of the late 18th and the 19th centuries; but it is argued here that a better comparison is with the ‘printing press revolution’ that occurred two centuries before by: The Social Impact of Computers should be read as a guide to the social implications of current and future applications of computers.
Among the basic themes presented are the following: the changing nature of work in response to technological innovation as well as the threat to jobs; personal freedom in the Social and ethical effects of the computer revolution book age as manifested by challenges to privacy, dignity, and work; the relationship Book Edition: 1.
Kizza, J.M. Social and Ethical Effects of the Computer Revolution. Technicalities, v. 17(9), OctoberWidely acclaimed for its readability and its balanced and authoritative coverage, Computer Ethics has been thoroughly revised and updated with new anecdotes, new revelations, and lively discussion of the ethical, social, and professional issues arising from the computer revolution, such as computer crime, software theft, hacking, viruses, and the invasion of privacy.4/5(3).
Social and ethical effects of the computer revolution. [Joseph Migga Kizza;] -- Contributors examine issues in computer ethics, in sections on education, ethics, technology and value, software reliability and computer security, the professions and workplace issues, and Your Web browser is.
Social, Economic, and Ethical Implications 3 powerful, smaller, and cheaper in the future, so that there will be an almost unlim-ited supply of them.
Even more important are the results of microsystems technology and nanotech-nology. These could lead, for example, to flexible displays or electronic paper.
Social Impact Computing technologies, like most other forms of technology, are not socially neutral. They affect and are themselves affected by society. Computers have changed the way people relate to one another and their living environment, as well as how humans organize their work, their communities, and their time.
Society, in turn, has influenced the development of computers through the. Impacts of Information Technology on Society in the new Century 1 Introduction In the past few decades there has been a revolution in computing and communications, and all indications are that technological progress and use of information technology will continue at a rapid pace.
Accompanying and supporting the dramatic increases in the power. This chapter gives an overview of the history of computing science in hardware, software, and networking, covering prehistoric (prior to ) computing devices and computing pioneers since the emergency of social and ethical problems in computing is discussed via the history of computer crimes which started with the invention of the computer virus.
Computer and business ethics are standards of moral conduct related to computer use and business decision making. Unethical and ethical behaviors include: Plagiarism is copying someone else’s work and presenting as your own, whether it’s from a book, document, or article online.
In this paper we discuss the social and ethical issues that arise as a result of digitization based on six dominant technologies: Internet of Things, robotics, biometrics, persuasive technology, virtual & augmented reality, and digital platforms. We highlight the many developments in the digitizing society that appear to be at odds with six recurring themes revealing from our analysis of the Cited by: Early recognition of these concerns can address ethical issues and improve the use of the technology for a range of social and organisational goals.
This paper discusses research conducted in two Author: Simon Rogerson. It’s vital to develop, investigate and build a Web page, whilst applying a moral and ethical balance to all proceedings.
Compatibility. Looking at the aspects of HCI and ID, it’s important to ensure that communication between human, computer and other digital devices is compatible with one another. discussed from various perspectives, including social, economical, engineering, computer science, design, and ethics.
On the one hand, self-driving cars present new engineering problems that are being gradually successfully solved. On the other hand, social and ethical problems are typically being presented in the form of an idealizedCited by: 6. CPSC Ethical and Social Issues in Computing. Instructor: Credit: 3 credits.
Course Information. Course Description: This course examines the ethical issues arising from advances in computer technology and the responsibility that computer professionals and users have in regards to computer use by focusing on the intrinsic link between ethics and the law, how both try to define the.
The Ethical and Social Issues of Information Technology: A Case Study Ehsan Sargolzaei various important issues in the field of IT in the social and ethical areas are discussed. Then the cases considered as the most destructive effects . On the other hand, computer File Size: KB. Computer application software is an interface between the user of the computer and the operating system of the computer.
This software allows an infinite number of uses for a computer. Typical computer applications would include: word processors, spreadsheets, databases, media players, presentation software, and e-mail. The Social Impact of Technology.
There is no doubt that technological change brings about social change. The Industrial revolution saw many people displaced from their land, to find work in crowded city factories.
Serfdom was abolished and the population shifted from villages to the cities.Johnson's book Computer Ethics was the first major textbook in the field, and it quickly became the primary text used in computer ethics courses offered at universities in English-speaking countries. For more than a decade, her textbook set the computer ethics research agenda on topics, such as ownership of software and intellectual property.Ethical and Legal Dilemma in IT Nanette E.
Armstrong Capella University TS Ethical and Legal Considerations in Information Technology 17 March Ethical and Legal Dilemma in IT Based on the definition of cyberethics as given by Tavani, “the study of moral, legal, and social issues involving cybertechnology” (, pg. 3), law is.