Computers and Society: Computing for Good contains in-depth case studies with extensive, thought provoking end of chapter questions and is appropriate for a wide-variety of undergraduate and graduate majors in areas such as Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Information Science, Information Technology, Health Information Science, Business Management, and Political Science as well as many others majors. The complex nature of the case studies allows them to be used in a stand-alone social and professional issues course, a capstone issues course or as individual case studies that may be woven into a variety of computing or business courses.

Kaczmarczyk’s book contains a unique and fresh look
at how people from a variety of disciplines use
computing and how the use of computing impacts these individuals as well as society.

Carol L. Spradling, PhD
Associate Professor
Computer Science/Information Systems
Northwest Missouri State University

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