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Professor Brian Bloomfield

Professor

Charles Carter Building

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4YX

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 510963

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Research Interests

The sociology of science and technology. Issues of power and knowledge in relation to the development and use of information technology. Problems of order/disorder and technology. Technology, time and narrative. The modernisation of public services.

Current Teaching

Undergraduate:

OWT.326 Organising in the Digital Age: Power, technology & identity

OWT.327 Technology and Organisation: Society and risk

Postgraduate:

M.Sc. Information Technology, Management and Organisational Change:

  1. ITO.001 Interpretations of Information, Technology and Organisations
  2. ITO.005 Social Aspects of the Digital Age

MA Human Resource and Knowledge Management:

  1. OWT.508 Research in Organisational Settings

Qualifications

BSc (Lancaster), PhD (Open)

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