ANTH 395: Work, Technology, and Society: An IT Perspective
ANTH 395-001: Work, Tech and Society
01:30 PM to 02:45 PM TR
Innovation Hall 206
Section Information for Fall 2017
Satisfies the general education requirement in information technology (IT, all).
Course Information from the University Catalog
Introduction to the anthropology of work, technology, and society, with emphasis on information technology. Covers general conceptual issues of information technology and also involves specific practical exercises with computers, their operating systems, the logic of automated production, databases, and web-based communication. Attention also directed to social and ethical issues raised by contemporary information technology. May not be repeated for credit.
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