Judith Perrolle

Associate Professor of Sociology
Ph.D., Brown University

Phone: 617-373-3861
Office: 541 Holmes Hall
Email: perrolle@ccs.neu.edu
CV: Download as PDF

Website: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/perrolle

Areas of Research/Interest:

• Social Impact of Computers and Communications Technology
• Sociology of Science, Knowledge, and Technology
• Environment and Technology Policy

Selected Publications

Judith Perrolle. Computers and Social Change: Information, Property and Power. (Balmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1987). Web Edition, 1996, 1997, 1998. http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/perrolle/book/

Judith Perrolle. “Survelliance and Privacy in Computer Supported Cooperative Work,” in David Lyon and Ella Zureik, eds., New Technology, Surveillance and Social Control. (University of Minnesota Press, 1995). http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/perrolle/privacy.html (conference paper version)

Judith Perrolle, R.E. Anderson, D.G. Johnson, D. Gotterbam. “Using the New ACM Code of Ethnics in Decision Making.” Communications of the ACM 36.2:98-107 (1993). http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/perrolle/ethics/ACMcode.html (link to website) (the ACM Code); http://portal.acm.org/ft_gateway.cfm?id=151231&type=pdf&coll=Portal&dl=ACM&CFID=48828548&CFTOKEN=51457817 (the article requires portal membership)

Judith Perrolle. “Reproduction Hazards Policy: A Model Protection Policy for the Chemical Industry,” in Dana M. Headapohl, ed., Women Workers, special issue of Occupational Medicine: State of the Art Reviews 8.4: 755-786 (October-December, 1993).

External Affiliations:

• Association for Computing Machinery
• Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
• Electronic Frontier Foundation
• American Sociological Association

Courses Taught Undergraduate:

• SOC U101H Sociology 1 (Honors) | http://www.atsweb.neu.edu/sociology/j.perrolle/soc101H/
• SOCL 1232 American Society | http://nuweb4.neu.edu/jperrolle/soc1232/soc1232amsoc-f11syllabus.doc
• SOCL 3485 Environment, Technology and Society | http://nuweb4.neu.edu/jperrolle/socU485/
• SOCL 4528 Computers and Society | http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/perrolle/soc528/syllabus.html

Courses Taught Graduate:

• SOC G200 Foundations of Social Theory 1 | http://www.atsweb.neu.edu/sociology/j.perrolle/theory/
• SOC G201 Foundations of Social Theory 2 | Syllabus