SOCIAL SCIENCES INFORMATION SYSTEMS WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS.
AMERICAN UNIV WASHINGTON D C CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN SOCIAL SYSTEMS
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The proceedings are the result of a three-day workshop entitled, Social Sciences Information Systems, held at the Arlie Foundation, Warrenton, Virginia, May 1966. The workshop was co-sponsored by the Center for Research in Social Systems at that time the Special Operations Research Office of The American University and the System Development Corporation. The workshop proceedings record the exploring of the application of information sciences and technology to the problems of research and practice in the social sciences and record some of the results of the exploration, among which is the realization that startling further advances in social science information systems are within the state-of-the-art if sufficient concerted effort and resources are devoted to their achievement. Author
- Information Science
- Sociology and Law