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Title Technology and society : opposing viewpoints / Auriana Ojeda, book editor.

Imprint San Diego, Calif. : Greenhaven Press ; Detroit : Gale Group Thomson Learning, c2002.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 3rd Floor Stacks  306.46 T226    ---  Available
Description 219 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-211) and index.
Contents Technology has harmed society / Tom Mahon -- Technology has improved society / V. V. Raman -- Technology has created a digital divide / Mickey Revenaugh -- Technology has not created a digital divide / Eric Cohen -- Government should regulate technology / William F. Ray -- Government should not regulate technology / James K. Glassman -- Research involving human subjects is vital to medicine / Jennifer Brookes -- Research involving human subjects is prone to abuse / Neal D. Barnard -- Selling human organs is ethical / The lancet -- Selling human organs is unethical / William E. Stempsey -- Animal transplants may solve the organ shortage / Steve Connor -- Animal transplants will not solve the organ shortage / Alan H. Berger and Gil Lamont -- Fetal stem cell research may improve medicine / Lawrence S. B. Goldstein -- Fetal stem cell research is unethical / John Kass -- Internet threatens privacy / Jeffrey Rothfeder -- Technology may not threaten privacy / Travis Charbeneau -- Workplace monitoring violates employee privacy / Dana Hawkins -- Workplace monitoring can be ethical / Laura Pincus Hartman -- Future of technology can be predicted / Ian D. Pearson -- Future of technology cannot be predicted / Roger A. Pielke Jr. and Dan Sarewitz -- Technology may threaten society / Will Knight -- Technology will not threaten society / Chris Malcolm -- Technology may affect human nature / Joseph D'Agnese -- Technology will not affect human nature / Steven Pinker -- Society must be restructured to accommodate technology / William H. Davidow.
Subject Technology -- Social aspects.
Technological innovations -- Social aspects.
Added Author Ojeda, Auriana, 1977-
ISBN 0737709138 (alk. paper)
073770912X (pbk. : alk. paper)

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