Books in category Computers – Social Aspects

  • Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing

    Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing
    Hai Jin, Laurence T. Yang, Jeffrey J.-P. Tsai

    This book is the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing, UIC 2006, held in Wuhan, China.

  • Learning by Playing Game based Education System Design and Development

    Learning by Playing. Game-based Education System Design and Development
    Maiga Chang, Rita Kuo, Kinshuk, Chen Gwo-Dong, Michitaka Hirose

    The conference series includes plenary invited talks, workshops, tutorials, paper presen- tion tracks, and panel discussions. The Edutainment conference series was initiated in Hangzhou, China in 2006.

  • Tales from Facebook

    Tales from Facebook
    Daniel Miller

    This book examines how Facebook transforms the lives of particular individuals, but it also presents a general theory of Facebook as culture and considers the likely consequences of social networking in the future.

  • Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval

    Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval
    David Haynes

    This book is essential reading for library and information students at undergraduate and postgraduate level and will also be useful reading for LIS professionals looking for an accessible introduction to metadata.

  • Digital Russia

    Digital Russia
    Michael Gorham, Ingunn Lunde, Martin Paulsen

    Digital Russia provides a comprehensive analysis of the ways in which new media technologies have shaped language and communication in contemporary Russia.

  • Noah Webster of Smileys

    Noah Webster of Smileys
    David Sanderson, Dale Dougherty

    A showcase of the use of smileys–the computer underground hieroglyphs that originally showed up in e-mail messages–provides readers with a peek at electronic e-mail culture. Original.

  • Thinking in Promises

    Thinking in Promises
    Mark Burgess

    In other words, it is a bottom-up, constructionist view of the world. Start Thinking in Promises and find out why this discipline works for documenting system behaviors from the bottom-up.

  • From Tool to Partner

    From Tool to Partner
    Jonathan Grudin

    This is the first comprehensive history of human-computer interaction (HCI).

  • I Avatar

    I, Avatar
    Mark Stephen Meadows

    In I, Avata r, Mark Stephen Meadows answers some of these questions, but more importantly, he raises hundreds of others in his exploration of avatars and the fascinating possibilities they hold.

  • Religion and Violence

    Religion and Violence
    Jeffrey Ian Ross, Senior Research Associate Center for Communitarian Policy Studies Jeffrey Ian Ross

    First Published in 2015. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor &; Francis, an informa company.

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