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Winston, P. H. (1984).  LISP.
[Anonymous] (1972).  Man and the Computer.
Rawlins, G. J. E. (1997).  Moths to the Flame: The Seductions of Computer Technology.
Often the computer's introduction leads to job loss, loss of job skills, and feelings of dehumanization. When a business uses computers, its employees become more interchangeable, more reliable, more controllable, and—usually—cheaper. The siren call of automation results in step-by-step changes in jobs to make them fit better into the maw of the beast. just as the industrial revolution turned artisans into factory hands, the information revolution is turning white-collar workers into machine tenders." (p. 118)

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