Human and social issues in the age of informatics [chapter]

Ronald E. Anderson
1998 Information and Communications Technologies in School Mathematics  
Information technology has opened up many new issues that must be confronted by societies, communities, schools, teachers and students. An international survey in 1992 of students in 12 countries found evidence of widespread student disregard of ethical standards related to two of these human-technology issues. Specifically, a large share of the students in many countries supported unauthorised software copying and computer-aided privacy violation. Various strategies are needed for addressing such human and social issues in the classroom.
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