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1984/85: Volume 3

No. 1 | No. 2 | No. 3 | No. 4


Vol. 3, No. 1

Value Conflicts in Public-Oriented Computing Developments.[Abstract]
Rob Kling

Socialist Technological Integration: The case of the east European Computer Industries.[Abstract]
S.E. Goodman

Problem Dimensions and Information Traits.[Abstract]
Susan E. MacMullin and Robert S.Taylor

Vol. 3, No. 2

Protection of Personal Data in the United States.[Abstract]
H.W. William Caming

Computerization in Singapore and Australia. [Abstract]
John Langdale

Computer-Related Labor in the 1980s: Supply and Demand.[Abstract]
Charles Barr and Manfred Kochen.

Some Questions for the Information Society.
Michael Marien

Vol. 3, No. 3

Interorganizational Systems: An Information Society Opportunity or Threat? [Abstract]
James I.Cash, Jr.

Designing Information Communities: Ethical Issues in the Information Age.
Richard O. Mason

Information Technology and Society: Prospects and Problems.[Abstract]
Bruce E.Tonn

Information as a Factor of Production: Substitutability and Productivity.[Abstract]
Yale M. Braunstein

Vol. 3, No. 4

The Many Potentials of Information Technology for Emergency Management. [Abstract]
Robert Lee Chartrand.

Information Systems: key to Effective Management of Civil Emergencies.[Abstract]
Louis O.Giuffrida.

Information Processing Technology for Emergency Management. [Abstract]
Robert E.Kahn.

State and Local Government Liability for Failing to Use Reasonably Available Information and Technology in Emergency Management. [Abstract]
Alexander M. Hunter

Aerial Photography: World Class Disaster Fighter.
Arthur C. Lundahl and Dino A. Brugioni

Automated Geography and Emergency Management.[Abstract]
Jerome E. Dobson

Information technology in Emergency Response and Hazardous Waste Management.[Abstract]
Marilyn C. Bracken

"Saving Lives": A Computer Simulation Game for Public Education about Emergencies. [Abstract]
James W. Morentz



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