IT in the Social Sciences provides students with an overview of the use and study of technology in the social sciences. It dispels the myth that the social sciences are a set of technologically illiterate disciplines and demonstrates that technology itself is a legitimate subject of sociological enquiry. This book offers students practical advice in the development of IT skills and explains the benefits of technology in research and study. In addition, the editors examine the role of technology in society and looks at how the range of new communication technologies may affect not only the process of learning but other areas of social life in the future.
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(229mm x 152mm x 14mm)
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers
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Author Biography - Millsom Henry
Millsom Henry is Deputy Director of the CTI Centre for Sociology and the Policy Sciences, University of Stirling.