2 edition of Linking people to the global networked society found in the catalog.
Linking people to the global networked society
Charles R. McClure
by ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology, Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY
Written in English
|Other titles||Evaluation of the Online at PA libraries project, Public access to the Internet through public libraries, Linking people to the networked society|
|Statement||by Charles R. McClure, John Carlo Bertot.|
|Contributions||Bertot, John Carlo., State Library of Pennsylvania. Library Development Division., Schuylkill Intermediate Unit #29 (Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 109,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||109|
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The contributors demonstrate that the network society is the new form of social organization in the Information age, replacing the Industrial society. The book analyzes processes of technological transformation in interaction with social culture in different cultural and institutional contexts: the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Finland, Russia, China, India, Canada, and Catalonia.5/5(1).
Linking people to the global networked society. Harrisburg, PA: State Library of Pennsylvania, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles R McClure; John Carlo Bertot; State Library of Pennsylvania.
Library Development Division. Anheier H, Kaldor M, Glasius M () The global civil society yearbook: lessons and insights – In: Moore H, Selchow S (eds) Global civil society ten years of critical reflection.
Palgrave, Houndsmills, p 20 Google Scholar. The Nature and Design of this Book 17 2 Networks: The Nervous System of Society 19 The Network Society and Other Classifications 19 A Short History of the Human Web 21 Networks at All Levels 24 Causes of the Rise of Networks 29 From Mass Society to Network Society 32 Changing Relations in the Network Society 37 3 Technology 42 Introduction 42File Size: 1MB.
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This first book in Castells' groundbreaking trilogy, with a substantial new preface, highlights the economic and social dynamics of the information age and shows how the network society has now fully risen on a global scale. Groundbreaking volume on the impact of the age of information on all aspects of society Includes coverage of the influence of the internet and the net-economy 5/5(1).
This book, the first in Castells' ground-breaking trilogy, is an account of the economic and social dynamics of the new age of information. Based on research in the USA, Asia, Latin America, and Europe, it aims to formulate a systematic theory of the information society which takes account of the fundamental effects of information technology on the contemporary world/5(7).
In Runaway World, Giddens provocatively argues that globalization has led to the creation of a “global risk society.” According to Giddens, human social and economic activities, especially in modernity, produce various risks such as pollution, crime, new illnesses, food shortages, market crashes, wars, etc., and societies have become more responsible for managing these risks that their activities.
Strategies for drawing people in to use these facilities are essential. Information and Communication Technologies in the Workplace. The more that business and government offices are already using information and communication technologies, the better prepared they are to participate in the global networked economy.
The network society. The concept of the network society is closely associated with interpretation of the social implications of globalisation and the role of electronic communications technologies in society.
The definition of a network society given by the foremost theorist of the concept, Manuel Castells ( p. The Network Society: /ch This book emphasizes the centrality of the human condition—those things that make individuals and communities uniquely human—in our vision of the networkedAuthor: Sylvie Albert, Don Flournoy, Rolland LeBrasseur.
The first conclusion of this book is that modern society is in a process of becoming a network society. This means that on the internet interpersonal, organizational, and mass communication come together.
People become linked to one another and have access to information and communication with one another constantly. In a substantial new preface to the first volume in the series, Castells demonstrates, in the light of major world trends, how the network society has now fully risen on a global scale.
The book discusses how the global economy is now characterized by the almost instantaneous flow and exchange of information, capital, and cultural by: Drawing on extensive evidence, they examine how the move to networked individualism has expanded personal relationships beyond households and neighborhoods; transformed work into less hierarchical, more team-driven enterprises; encouraged individuals to create and share content; and changed the way people obtain information.
The network society is a hypersocial society, not a society of isolation. People, by and large, do not fake their identity in the Internet, except for some teenagers experimenting with their lives. Often computer networks and social networks work conjointly, with computer networks linking people in social networks and with people bringing their offline situations to bear when they use computer networks to interact.
The intersection of computer networks with the emerging networked society has fostered several exciting by: Slide New assets Much like the industrial age, the Networked Society represents a fundamental paradigm shift for people, business, and society. The key enablers of growth and innovation come not from the physical assets and infrastructures themselves, but from the people, platforms and insights that are leveraged to reinvent them.
Global society does not have to be defined, however, in this way. Global society, to put it at its strongest, is no more or less than the entire complex of social relations between human beings on a world scale. As such it is more complete and self-sufficient than just about any other society which has been or could be envisaged.
Reinventing the Book: The Transformation to the Networked Book by Qater Al Nada Mohsen A network is a shared common location that has real entities of. We are on the brink of an extraordinary revolution.
Connecting not just people but communities, systems and intelligence. Enabling us to collaborate, innovate. powerful mobile devices, sensors, big data and analytics.
In this emerging Networked Society, intelligent networks will be critical to the basic functioning of our cities and to their success in meeting current and emerging challenges. Figure 1: City Index map The Networked Society City Index aims to develop a comprehensive index comparing.The Notable Books for a Global Society (NBGS) Committee, part of the IRA CL/R SIG, selects each year a list of outstanding trade books for enhancing student understanding of people and cultures throughout the world.
Winning titles include fiction, nonfiction, and poetry written for students in. This video lecture outlines Manuell Castells' theory of the network society.