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An account of the shift in focus to access and fairness among San Francisco Bay Area alternative food activists and advocates.
Lessons about Simulation Technology and Organizational Change from Automotive Design
A novel theory of organizational and technological change, illustrated by an account of the development and implementation of a computer-based simulation technology.
Affect and Online Pornography
An exploration of the modalities, affective intensities, and disturbing qualitites of online pornography.
Natural Kinds in Metaphysics and Science
Reflections on the metaphysics and epistemology of classification from a distinguished group of philosophers.
New Perspectives on the Causal Theory of Action
Leading figures working in the philosophy of action debate foundational issues relating to the causal theory of action.
Software Practice in a South American City
An examination of software practice in Brazil that reveals both the globalization and the localization of software development.
Information Disclosure and Environmental Performance
Coming Clean is the first book to investigate the process of information disclosure as a policy strategy for environmental protection.
Theory, Practice, and Prospects
Combining the theoretical tools of comparative politics with the substantive concerns of environmental policy, experts explore responses to environmental problems across nations and political systems
Vol. 25 (2001) through current issue
Established in 1977 as the definitive journal of its field, Computer Music Journal (CMJ) covers a wide range of topics such as digital audio signal processing, electroacoustic composition, new musical controllers, and music information retrieval. With cutting-edge scholarship accompanied by interviews with leading composers and informative reviews of products and publications, CMJ is an indispensable resource for composers, performers, scientists, engineers, and computer enthusiasts interested in computer-generated sound and music.