Mathematics as Information Technologies
Journal of Communication Volume 38, Number 2,
Presents a sociohistorical analysis of the development of a set of basic information technologies, namely, abstract symbols for quantities of space and time, and the formulation of computational strategies. Shows how numbers and geometry can be seen to reflect increases in a society's knowledge and social organization. (ARH)
Couch, C.J. (1988). Mathematics as Information Technologies. Journal of Communication, 38(2), 33-48.