情報社会:読本<br>The Information Society Reader (Routledge Studentreaders)

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情報社会:読本
The Information Society Reader (Routledge Studentreaders)

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415319287
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基本説明

フランク・ウェブスター編集・序文。
Topics: postindustrialism and globalisation/ surveillance/ the public sphere, community and identity/ the impact of the virtual on knowledge.

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There has been much debate over the idea of 'the information society'. Some thinkers have argued that information is becoming the key ordering principle in society, whereas others suggest that the rise of information has been overstated. Whatever the case, it cannot be denied that 'informization' has produced vast changes in advanced societies. The Information Society Reader pulls together the main contributions to this debate from some of the key figures in the field. Major topics addressed include:* post-industrialism* surveillance* transformations* the network society* democracy* digital divisions* virtual relations.With a comprehensive introduction from Frank Webster, selections from Manuel Castells, Anthony Giddens, Michel Foucault and Christopher Lasch amongst others, and section introductions contextualising the readings, this book will be an invaluable resource for students and academics studying contemporary society and all things cyber.

Table of Contents

Series editor's preface                            ix
Acknowledgements xi
Frank Webster
INTRODUCTION: INFORMATION SOCIETY STUDIES 1 (8)
PART ONE The information society 9 (72)
Frank Webster
INTRODUCTION 9 (4)
Advocates 13 (30)
1 Yoneji Masuda
IMAGE OF THE FUTURE INFORMATION SOCIETY 15 (6)
2 Charles Leadbeater
LIVING ON THIN AIR 21 (10)
3 Esther Dyson, George Gilder, George
Keyworth and Alvin Toffler
CYBERSPACE AND THE AMERICAN DREAM 31 (12)
Critics 43 (38)
4 Langdon Winner
WHO WILL WE BE IN CYBERSPACE? 45 (10)
5 Theodore Roszak
THE CULT OF INFORMATION 55 (7)
6 Kevin Robins and Frank Webster
THE LONG HISTORY OF THE INFORMATION 62 (19)
REVOLUTION
PART TWO Post-Industrial society 81 (52)
Harri Melin
INTRODUCTION 81 (1)
7 Daniel Bell
POST-INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY 86 (17)
8 Krishan Kumar
FROM POST-INDUSTRIAL TO POST-MODERN 103(18)
SOCIETY
9 John Urry
IS BRITAIN THE FIRST POST-INDUSTRIAL 121(12)
SOCIETY?
PART THREE The Network society 133(52)
Frank Webster
INTRODUCTION 133(5)
10 Manuel Castells
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE INFORMATION AGE 138(12)
11 Manuel Castells
THE INFORMATION CITY, THE NEW ECONOMY, 150(15)
AND THE NETWORK SOCIETY
12 Nicholas Garnham
INFORMATION SOCIETY THEORY AS IDEOLOGY 165(20)
PART FOUR Transformations 185(70)
Frank Webster
INTRODUCTION 185(5)
13 John Urry
MOBILE SOCIOLOGY 190(14)
14 Robert Reich
THE THREE JOBS OF THE FUTURE 204(8)
15 Nico Stehr
THE ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF KNOWLEDGE 212(25)
SOCIETIES
16 Anne Balsamo
FORMS OF TECHNOLOGICAL EMBODIMENT 237(18)
PART FIVE Divisions 255(42)
Kaarle Nordenstreng
INTRODUCTION 255(5)
17 Herbert Schiller
DATA DEPRIVATION 260(13)
18 Pippa Norris
THE DIGITAL DIVIDE 273(14)
19 Christopher Lasch
THE DEGRADATION OF THE PRACTICAL ARTS 287(10)
PART SIX Surveillance 297(48)
Raimo Biom
INTRODUCTION 297(5)
20 Michel Foucault
PANOPTICISM 302(11)
21 Shoshana Zuboff
MANAGING THE INFORMATER ORGANIZATION 313(14)
22 David Lyon
NEW DIRECTIONS IN THEORY 327(18)
PART SEVEN Democracy 345(48)
Erkki Karvoven
INTRODUCTION 345(5)
23 J gen Habermas
THE PUBLIC SPHERE 350(7)
24 Nicholas Garnham
THE MEDIA AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE 357(9)
25 John Keane
STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE PUBLIC 366(13)
SPHERE
26 Zizi Papacharissi
THE VIRTUAL SPHERE: THE INTERNET AS A 379(14)
PUBLIC SPHERE
PART EIGHT Virtualities 393(46)
Ensio Puoskari
INTRODUCTION 393(5)
27 Mark Poster
THE MODE OF INFORMATION AND POSTMODERNITY 398(13)
28 Eric Michaels
FOR A CULTURAL FUTURE 411(13)
29 Sadie Plant
THE FUTURE LOOMS: WEAVING WOMEN AND 424(15)
CYBERNETICS
Index 439