6. HCC 2002:
part of IFIP World Congress 2002
Klaus Brunnstein, Jacques Berleur (Eds.):
Human Choice and Computers: Issues of Choice and Quality of Life in the Information Society, IFIP 17th World Computer Congress - TC9 Stream / 6th International Conference on Human Choice and Computers: Issues of Choice and Quality of Life in the Information Society (HCC-6), August 25-30, 2002, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
IFIP Conference Proceedings 225 Kluwer 2002, ISBN 1-4020-7185-X
Quality of Life and Quality of Working Life #1
- Rob Kling:
Critical Professional Discourses About Information and Communications Technologies and Social Life in the U.S..
- C. C. Gotlieb:
Does the Internet Promote Democracy?
Qulity of Life and Quality of Working Life #2
History of Computing
- John A. N. Lee:
Some Great Myths of the History of Computing.
- Kurt Walk:
Roots of Computing in Austria - Contributions of the IBM Vienna Laboratory and Changes of Paradigms and Priorities in Information Technology.
Ethics and Social Accountability in the Information Society #1
- Jacques Berleur, Tanguy Ewbank de Wespin:
Self-regulation: Content, Legitimacy and Efficiency - Governance and Ethics.
- John Weckert:
Trust, Corruption, and Surveillance in the Electronic Workplace.
- Tom Dedeurwaerdere:
Ethics and Learning - From State Regulation towards Reflexive Self-Regulation of the Information Society.
Ethics and Social Accountability in the Information Society #2
- Wolfgang Coy:
Computer Augmented Research and Scientific Misconduct.
- László Z. Karvalics:
The Security Aspect of Information Society as a Global Biocultural System.
- Carolyn Dowling, Paul Nicholson:
Choice and Responsibility: The Delegation of Decision Making to Intelligent Software Agents.
Responsibility of IT Professionals
Legality and Power in the Information Society:
September 11 Fallout:
Social Implications of Terrorist Attacks
Roles of Developing Countries in the Information Society
Education and Social Impact
- Klaus Fuchs-Kittowski, Frank Fuchs-Kittowski:
Quality of Working Life, Knowledge-Intensive Work Processes and Creative Learning Organisations: Information Processing Paradigm versus Self-Organisation Theory.
- Arthur Tatnall, Bill Davey:
Understanding the Process of Information Systems and ICT Curriculum Development. Three Models.
- Britta Schinzel:
Cultural Differences of Female Enrollment in Tertiary Education in Computer Science.
New Horizons of the Information Society
UNESCO Panel Sessions
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- Philippe Quéau, Boyan Radoykov, Axel Plathe:
"Information for All" Programme.
- Draft Recommendations "Concerning the Promotion and Use of Multilingualism and Universal Access to Cyberspace".