Accession Number:

ADA461496

Title:

The Information Age: An Anthology on Its Impact and Consequences

Descriptive Note:

Anthology

Corporate Author:

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC COMMAND AND CONTROL RESEARCH PROGRAM (CCRP)

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1997-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

312.0

Abstract:

This first of 2 volumes examines some of the broader issues of the Information Age what the Information Age is how it affects commerce, business, and service what it means for the government and the military and how it affects the international system. Contributions are as follows Welcome to the Revolution, by Thomas A. Stewart Historical Impacts of Information Technologies An Overview, by Daniel S. Papp, et al. The Technologies of the Current Information Revolution, by David S. Alberts, et al. What Information Society by Frank Webster Alone Together Will Being Wired Set Us Free by Andrew Kupfer Reality Check, by Joel Achenbach The Coming Electronics Commerce Revolution, by Robert Segal Electronic Commerce Implications of the Internet for Business Practice and Strategy, by Ajit Kambil Banking and Cyberspace The New Promised Land, by Joanna Smith Bers Silicon Summit Will Technology Affect the News Medical Informatics, by Enrico Coiera School Reform in the Information Age, by Howard Mehlinger, Universities in the Digital Age, by John Seely Brown, et al. Telecommunications and Democracy Freedom and Censorship in the Emerging Electronic Environment, by Martin Fogelman Cyberpower, by Peter Huber Congress, Information Technology, and the Use of Force, by Jeffrey Record The Medias Impact on International Affairs, Then and Now, by Johanna Neuman Warfare in the Information Age, by Bruce Berkowitz Technology, Change, and the Emerging International Order, by James Robinson Telecommunications and the Changing Geographics of Knowledge Transmission in the Late 20th Century, by Barney Warf Connecting Developing Countries to the Information Technology Revolution, by Jean-Francois Rischard Little Engines That Could Computing in Small Energetic Countries, by J. L. Dedrick, et al. and The Impact of the Information Age on International Actors and the International System, by Daniel S. Papp, et al.

Subject Categories:

  • Information Science
  • Computer Systems
  • Radio Communications
  • Non-Radio Communications

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE