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DISC8130 - Cult,Values,Tech In Global Env
Spring 2013 Doctoral

This inquiry seminar provides the student with an integrative frame of reference for understanding and accessing the impact of technology in an increasingly more diverse global context. Cultures and social structures, including politics, religion, and value systems, are interrelated with economic development and the analysis, design, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation of information and information systems. Ethical dimensions of communication-information situations and decisions within organizations and in a global society are treated.
3 Credits

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