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CFP: Social Implications of ICT (ISTAS'02)

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2002 International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS'02)
Social Implications of Information and Communication Technology
Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
June 6-8, 2002

The goal of ISTAS'02 is to bring together Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professionals, computer science and engineering educators, teachers and scholars in the humanities and social sciences, policymakers, students, and ICT users for the purpose of establishing critical dialogue on the social and ethical dimensions of ICT.

Call For Papers

We encourage contributions for topics related to the conference theme:

We also welcome papers in additional general areas of interest to the members of SSIT: environmental, health, safety, and peace-related implications of technology; social, economic, and ethical issues involving energy, information, and telecommunications technologies; history of technology; systems analysis in public policy decisions; and research methods for technology-policy analysis.

Submit a one page abstract for a paper, or a proposal for a paper session or panel discussion to the Conference Chair (email preferred):
Joseph R. Herkert
Division of Multidisciplinary Studies
Box 7107, North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7107
voice: 919-515-7993
fax: 919-515-1828

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