The CSCW series examines the dynamic interface of human nature, culture, and technology. Technology to support groups, once largely confined to workplaces, today affects all aspects of life. Analyses of "Collaboration, Sociality, Computation, and the Web" draw on social, computer and information sciences, aesthetics, and values. Each volume in the series provides a perspective on current knowledge and discussion for one topic, in monographs, edited collections, and textbooks appropriate for those studying, designing, or engaging with sociotechnical systems and artifacts.Titles published within the Computer Supported Cooperative Work series are included within Thomson Reuters' Book Citation Index.
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