Machlup, Fritz. 1983.  "Cultural Diversity in Studies of Information,"
    Fritz Machlup and Una Mansfield, eds.,  The Study of Information. New
    York:  John Wiley and Sons.
 
              .  1962.  The Production and Distribution of Knowledge in the
    United States.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press.

MacLeish, Archibald.  1962.  "Ars Poetica," lines 19-20, in The Collected
    Poems of Archibald MacLeish.  Cambridge, MA:  Riverside Press.
 
Magdoff, Harry. 1982.  "The Meaning of Work," Monthly Review. 34,5
    (October):1-15.
 
Main, Jeremy. 1984. "The Recovery Skips Middle Managers," Fortune. (Feb.
    6):112-120
 
Malone, Thomas W.  1985.  "Designing Organizational Interfaces,"
    Proceedings. Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Francisco: ACM
    Special Interest Group on Computer and Human Interaction (April 14-
    18):66-71.
 
                .  1983.  "How Do People Organize their Desks?
Implications
    for the Design of Office Automation Systems," ACM Transactions on
    Office Automation Systems 1,1 (January):99-112.
 
Malthus, Thomas.  1798.  Essay on the Principle of Population.
 
Marbach, William D.  1985.  "The Revolution in Digitech," Newsweek (March
    18):48--49.
 
                  ., with William J. Cook, Kim Willenson, Richard Sandza,
    Frank Gibney, Jr., and Kim Foltz.  1983.  The Race to Build a
    Supercomputer, Newsweek (July 4)58-64.
 
Marcuse, Herbert.  1962.  Eros and Civilization.  New York:  Vintage Books.
 
Martin, James.  1984.  An Information Systems Manifesto.  Englewood Cliffs,
    NJ:  Prentice-Hall.
 
             .  1978.  The Wired Society.  Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: 
    Prentice-Hall.
 
Marx, Gary.  1985.  "I'll Be Watching You:  The New Surveillance," Dissent
    (Winter):26-34.
 
Marx, Karl.  1974.  "Commodities," Ch.1 of Capital, Vol. 1. New York:
    International Publishers.
 
          .  1967. Capital, Vol. 1, p. 178. NY: International Publishers.
 
          .  1973.  The Poverty of Philosophy.  Moscow:  Progress
    Publishers.
 
          .  1964.  The Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844.  New
    York:  International Publishers.

Maslow, A.H. 1954. Motivation and Personality NY: Harper and Row.
 
Mattera, Philip. 1983. "Home Computer Sweatshop," The Nation (April):
    390-392.
 
May, Ernest R.  1985.  Cited in "Independent Panel Urges Federal Officials
    to Give Priority to Preservation of Records," The Chronicle of Higher
    Education (February 27):9.
 
Mayer, Martin.  1983.  "Here Comes the Smart Card," Fortune (August 8):
    74-81.
 
McClintock, Charles. 1984. "Expanding the Boundaries of Work:  Research on
    Telecommuting," presentation to the American Association for the
    Advancement of Science (May) New York.
 
McClure, Carma.  1984.  Computer Applications Seminar in Structured
    Techniques for Fourth Generation Languages.  April 2-4, Washington, DC.
 
McCorduck, Pamela.  1979.  Machines Who Think.  San Francisco:  W. H.
    Freeman.
 
McDonald, Kim.  1984a.  "Pentagon Drops Proposal to Limit Publication of
    Some Unclassified Research at Universities," The Chronicle of Higher
    Education (May 30):17.
 
             .  1984b.  "Scientists fear effects of government security
    rules," The Chronicle of Higher Education (February 29):1,12.
 
McDonell, Donald J. 1984. "Teaching Psychology by Telephone," Social
    Science in Canada 12,1 (May):7,11-12.
 
McEnaney, Maura. 1985.  "Balanced Contract Best Defense," Computerworld
    (February 25):61,70.
 
               . 1984. "Handprints tested as ID on Army ATMs,"
    Computerworld (September 10):36.
 
McGeever, Christine. 1984. "Lotus consents to settlement in 1-2-3 copying
    suit," Computerworld (October 22):118.
 
McIvor, Robert.  1985.  "Smart Cards," Scientific American 253,5
    (November):152-159.
 
McLaughlin, Jeff.  1984.  "The information revolution hits music," The
    Boston Globe (Jan. 30):23.
 
McLuhan, Marshall.  1962.  The Gutenberg Galaxy.  Toronto:  University of
    Toronto Press.

McPhail, Thomas L. 1981. Electronic Colonialism:  The Future of
    International Broadcasting and Communication.  Beverly Hills, CA:
    Sage.
 
Meadows, D.H., D.L. Meadows, J. Randers, and W. Behrens, III.  1972.  The
    Limits to Growth.  New York:  Universe Books.
 
The Mechanization of Work. 1982. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman and Co.
 
Megarry, Jacquetta, David R. F. Walker, Stanley Nisbet, and Eric Hoyle,
    eds.  1983.  World Yearbook of Education 1982/83:  Computers and
    Education.  New York:  Nichols Publishing Company.
 
Mehl, L.  1958.  "Automation in the Legal World," National Physical
    Laboratory, Vol. II, 1959:755-780.
 
Menninger, Karl W. 1969. Number Words and Number Symbols: A Cultural
    History of Numbers. Cambridge: M.I.T. Press.
 
Merriman, J.H.H., and D.W.G. Wass. 1958.  "To What Extent Can
    Administration be Mechanizated?," National Physical Laboratory, Vol.
    II, 1959:809-818.
 
Merton, Robert K. 1968.  Social Theory and Social Structure.  NY:  Free
    Press.
 
Meszaros, Istvan.  1970. "Aspects of Alienation," Part II of Marx's Theory
    of Alienation.  London:  Merlin Press.
 
Meyer, Thomas J.  1985.  "Freshmen are Materialistic but not Conservative,
    Study Finds," The Chronicle of Higher Education 29,18 (January 16):1-
    15.
 
Miles, Dana E. "Copyrighting Software After Apple v. Franklin" IEEE
    Software 1:2 (April 1984): 84-87.
 
Milgram, Stanley.  1969.  Obedience to Authority.  New York:  Harper
    Colophon.
 
Mill, John S.  1848.  The Principles of Political Economy.  London: 
    Longmans Green.
 
Miller, Jeffrey A. 1984. "How strong a shield are vendors' form
    contracts?," Computerworld (August 13):53.
 
Miller, Robert J., ed. 1983. Robotics: Future Factories, Future Workers.
    Special Is. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social
    Science. (November).
 

Mills, C. Wright.  1967.  The Sociological Imagination. New York: Oxford
    Press.
 
                .  1956.  The Power Elite.  NY:  Oxford University Press.
 
Milwaukee Discovers Gamesmanship. 1983. Newsweek (August 22): 83.
 
Mislow, Christopher M.  1984.  "Imposing Legal Liability on DP Vendors: 
    Two Theories," Computerworld (June 25):90.
 
Mitchell, Peter W.  1985.  "Computers for the Handicapped," Boston Phoenix.
    January 8:9,15.
 
Moore, Barrington, Jr.  1984. Privacy:  Studies in Social and Cultural
    History.  New York:  M. E. Sharpe.
 
Moore, Wilbert E.  1963.  Social Change.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-
    Hall.
 
                , ed. 1972.  Technology and Social Change. Chicago: 
    Quadrangle.
 
"More Older Engineers: Stuck in the Rut of Mid-Career." The Boston Globe
    (May 23, 1982):B-21.
 
"More Than Money" 1984. Computerworld (May 14).  
 
Moses, Joel.  1980. "The Computer in the Home," in Michael Dertouzos and
    Joel Moses, eds. The Computer Age:  A Twenty-Year View.  Cambridge, MA:
    MIT Press.
 
Mozeico, Howard.  1982.  "A Human/Computer Interface to Accomodate User
    Learning Stages," Communications of the ACM 25,2 (Fevruary):100-104.
 
Mulej, Matjaz.  1982.  Some Practical Results of the Application of the
    Dialectical Systems Theory in Business, in Progress in Cybernetics and
    Systems Research, Vol. X.  New York:  Hemisphere Publishing Company.
 
"Multimedia Communications."  1985.  Special Issue of IEEE Computer
    (October).
 
Mumford, Lewis.  1963.  Technics and Civilization.  NY:  Harcourt, Brace,
    and World.
 
"Murdoch Jolts Fleet Street."  1986.  Fortune (March 3):8.
 
Murray, W. 1984.  "Video Display Terminals:  Radiation Issues," IEEE
    Computer Graphics and Applications 4,4 (April):41-44.
 

Myers, Ware.  1985.  "An Assessment of the Competetiveness of the United
    States Software Industry," Computerworld 18,3 (March):81-92.