William H. Dutton

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William H. Dutton

William H. Dutton is former Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, Professor of Internet Studies, University of Oxford, and Fellow of Balliol College. He also has a chair in Michigan State University's Department of Media and Information, where he is Quello Professor of Media and Information Policy.[1] He was previously a Professor in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California, which he joined in 1980, where he was elected President of the Faculty.

Books[edit]

William H.Dutton has written a number of books on the societal implications of computing and telecommunication, such as the Internet, including: Social Transformation in an Information Society (UNESCO 2004); Society on the Line: Information Politics in the Digital Age (Oxford, 1999); Modeling as Negotiating: The Political Dynamics of Computer Models in the Policy Process (Ablex, 1985); and Computers and Politics (Oxford, 1982).

Edited books[edit]

Dutton also edited or co-edited several influential books, including: Wired Cities: Shaping the Future of Communications (G.K. Hall, 1987); Information and Communication Technologies: Visions and Realities (Oxford, 1996); and Digital Academe: The New Media and Institutions of Higher Education and Learning (Routledge, 2002); Transforming Enterprise: The Economic and Social Implications of Information Technology (MIT, 2005); and Society and the Internet: How Networks of Information and Communication are Changing Our Lives (Oxford, 2014).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "William H. Dutton | Quello Center | Michigan State University". quello.msu.edu. Retrieved 2016-01-15.

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