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Economics
  • Author:
    James W Cortada
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    0131480413
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    Prentice Hall (December 2002)
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In Making the Information Society, Dr. James Cortada demonstrates how the values and behavior of the information .

In Making the Information Society, Dr. James Cortada demonstrates how the values and behavior of the information age are firmly rooted in hundreds of years of Western culture. Then, as never before, Cortada illuminates the complex chain of experiences, consequences, and new possibilities that made the information age a reality-and continue to drive it forward today. Since the Pilgrims: An information culture. From broadsides to broadcasts, from the telegraph to the Internet, nothing is more American than information.

Making the Information Society illuminates the complex chain of experiences,consequences, and .

Making the Information Society illuminates the complex chain of experiences,consequences, and possibilities that launched the information age in theU. and drive it onward today. Dr. James Cortada shows how Americans haveleveraged information technology in every area of their lives - and offersa provocative look at the next phase of this new American revolution. Online Sample Chapters. America's Love Affair with the Internet.

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A nation transformed by information: How information has shaped the United States from . McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1993.

A nation transformed by information: How information has shaped the United States from colonial times to the present. AD Chandler Jr, JW Cortada. Oxford University Press, 2000. Rise of the knowledge worker. Before the computer: IBM, NCR, Burroughs, and Remington Rand and the industry they created, 1865-1956. Princeton University Press, 2000.

Making the Information Society: Experience, Consequences, and Possibilities (Upper Saddle River, . Financial Times, 2002).

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