Daniel G. Hays

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This paper discusses various kinds of dominance relations that may hold among parts of computing systems, and between computers and people. That computers enter into "social relations" seems clear. Four models prevalent in thinking about computers are discussed: the Master-Slave, the Egalitarian Workgroup, the Division of Labor, and the Clamoring Children(More)
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