The Network Society: Social Aspects of New Media
SAGE, 12.10.2005 - 304 Seiten
The last three decades have witnessed a dramatic acceleration in the use, demand, and need for telecommunications, data communication, and mass communication transmitted and integrated into networks. Through a synthesis of contemporary theories about modernization, this book offers a broad-ranging introduction to the 'network' society in all its aspects.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
The Nervous System of Society
Chapter 3 Technology
Chapter 4 Economy
Chapter 5 Politics and Power
Chapter 6 Law
Chapter 7 Social Structure
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