マニュエル・カステル(全3巻)<br>Manuel Castells (Sage Masters in Modern Social Thought Series)

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マニュエル・カステル(全3巻)
Manuel Castells (Sage Masters in Modern Social Thought Series)

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  • ページ数 866 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780761940432
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基本説明

Included are critical engagements with Castells' work on: the urban question, the city and grassroots; Marxism; the Information Age; the network society; power and identity; etc.

Full Description

These volumes bring together major critical responses to, and engagement with, the work of Manuel Castells. Arguably the leading analyst of the current age, Castells' magnum opus, The Information Age, has been compared to the work of Karl Marx and Max Weber. His concept of `the network society' has influenced much recent social science and his ideas have been adopted in political and policy circles.

The volumes provide an unparalleled guide to the work of Castells. They demonstrate the roots of his thinking in Marxism and the shifts in his perspective. The selection if based along two principles: the chronological development of his thought and the sequence of his major publications.

Included here are critical engagements with Castells' work on the urban question, the city and grassroots; Marxism; the Information Age; the network society; power and identity; the new economy; and the sociology of social movements.

Volume 1: Marxism, France and `The Urban Question' to `The City and the Grassroots'

This volume addresses Castells' engagement with the study of urban social movements; protest in urban politics; collective consumption; states, markets and welfare; urban sociology; and class

Volume 2: From the Informational City to the Information Age

This volume examines the theorizing of new industrial-urban space; the dynamics of urban change; the roots of the network society; the failure of social theory; resisting globalization; the development of global thinking; globalization and identity.

Volume 3: The Information Age

This volume addresses the character of information technologies; the political economy of network society; inequality and modernization in the information age; the self and the net; space flows and timeless space; contested power; grassroots environmental movements; cognitions, emotions and identities; digital commerce; and technology and cultural power.

The collection provides the best available concentration of writings on the work of Manuel Castells. It will be of interest to readers in sociology, urban studies, political science and affiliated fields.

Contents

VOLUME ONE
PART ONE: LA QUESTION URBAINE AND THE URBAN QUESTION: A MARXIST APPROACH
SECTION ONE: REVIEWS
A Propos de `La Question Urbaine' - Jean-Pierre Garnier
Review - Christopher G Pickvance
Review - Henry Pratt
Review - Raymond Bradley
SECTION TWO: SELF-CRITICISM
Afterword 1975 - Manuel Castells
SECTION THREE: REVIEW ARTICLES AND ESSAYS
On the Study of Urban Social Movements - Christopher G Pickvance
Protest and Quiescence in Urban Politics - Patrick Dunleavy
The Urban as a Spatial Unit of Collective Consumption - Peter Saunders
Two Extracts from Urban Sociology, Capitalism and Modernity - Mike Savage and Alan Warde
SECTION FOUR: BEYOND THE URBAN QUESTION?
The Myth of Urban Politics - C Paris
Manuel Castells and the New Urban Sociology - Brian Elliott
Monopolville - Elizabeth Lebas
The Economic and Political Logic of Capital
Review - Shoukry T Roweis
The Making of a New Urban Sociology - Uwe-Jens Walther
Castells in Context
PART TWO: THE CITY AND THE GRASSROOTS
SECTION ONE: REVIEWS
Review - Christopher G Pickvance
Review - Charles Tilly
Review - Robert Fishman
Review - Ian Procter
Review - Morton Rubin
SECTION TWO: ANALYSIS
Castells on Urban Social Movements - Stuart Lowe
The City and the Grassroots - Stuart Lowe
VOLUME TWO
PART THREE: THE INFORMATIONAL CITY: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, ECONOMIC RESTRUCTURING AND THE URBAN-REGIONAL PROCESS
SECTION ONE: REVIEW ESSAY
Theorizing the New Industrial Space - Barry Smart
Castells on Capitalism Information Technology and the City
SECTION TWO: REVIEW ARTICLE
Information and Urban Change - Frank Webster
Manuel Castells
SECTION THREE: REVIEWS
Review - David Clark
Review - Mark Goodwin
Reinventing the City State - Peter Hall
Review - Mike Hepworth
Review - Edward J Malecki
Review - Ian Miles
Review - Daniel J Monti
Review - James Eflin
PART FOUR: THE INFORMATION AGE: ECONOMY, SOCIETY, CULTURE
SECTION ONE: REVIEW WITH REPLY
On the Failure of Social Theory - Peter Abell and Diane Reyniers
A Rejoinder to Abell and Reyniers' `Failure of Social Theory' - Manuel Castells
SECTION TWO: SYMPOSIUM WITH REPLY FROM PROMETHEUS
Resisting Globalization or Shaping It - Craig Calhoun
The Net, the Self and the Future - David Lyon
Global Thinking for the Information Age - Alain Touraine
Globalization and Identity in the Network Society - Manuel Castells
SECTION THREE: SYMPOSIUM WITH REPLY FROM NEW POLITICAL ECONOMY
The New Weber - Chris Freeman
The End-of-Millenium World - Krishan Kumar
Contraflows in Critical Theory - Nick Stevenson
A Rejoinder - Manuel Castells
On Power, Identities and Culture in the Network Society
SECTION FOUR: SYMPOSIUM WITH REPLY FROM REIS
Un grand tapiz sociol[ac]ogico que ha conquistado la posteridad - Jos[ac]e Enrique Rodriguez Ib[ac]anez
La estructura social de la era de la informaci[ac]on - Jos[ac]e F[ac]elix Tezanos
Red, identidad, espacio y tiempo - Ram[ac]on Ramos Torre
Indentidad, estado, trabajo, tiempo y espacio en la sociedad red - Manuel Castells
contribuci[ac]on a un debate abierto
SECTION FIVE: SYMPOSIUM
Deciphering Information Technologies - Nico Stehr
Modern Societies as Networks
A Political Economy of New Times? Critical Reflections on the Network Society and the Ethos of Informational Capitalism - Barry Smart
Inequality and Mobilization in the Information Age - Abigail Halcli and Frank Webster
SECTION SIX: REVIEW ESSAYS
Empire.net - Mark Williams
The Information Age According to Manuel Castells - Andrew Calabrese
A New Globe in the Making - Markku Wilenius
Manuel Castells on the Information Age
El autor red - Javier Echeverria
VOLUME THREE
PART FOUR (CONTINUED)THE INFORMATION AGE: ECONOMY, SOCIETY, CULTURE
SECTION SIX (CONTINUED)REVIEW ESSAYS
Review of Castells, The Information Age - J C Ny[ac]iri
The Brave New World of Manuel Castells - Peter Waterman
What on Earth (or in the Ether) is Going On?
Self and Net in the Information Age - Krishan Kumar
Is This the Information Age? Towards a Critique of Manuel Castells - Frank Webster
Manuel Castells - Frank Webster
Analyist of the Information Age
The Space of Flows and Timeless Time - Simon Bromley
Back to the Future? Manuel Castells' The Information Age and the Prospects for Social Welfare - Mark J Stern
The One-Dimensional Network Society of Manuel Castells - Jan A G M Van Dijk
Reading Castells - John Friedman
Zeitdiagnose and Social Theory
Information Society Theory as Ideology - Nicholas Garnham
A Critique
`Information Society' as Theory or Ideology - Nicholas Garnham
Review Essay - Steve Fuller
SECTION SEVEN: REVIEW ARTICLES AND ANALYSES IN BOOKS AND EDITED COLLECTIONS
Myths of the `New Economy' - Alex Callinicos
The Grand Sociology of Manuel Castells - Shive Visvanathan
Contested Power - Kate Nash
Political Sociology in the Information Age
Grassroots Environmental Movements - Alan Dordoy and Mary Mellor
Mobilisation in an Information Age
The Information Age - Jim McGuigan
SECTION EIGHT: SHORT REVIEWS IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS
Review - Frank Webster
Cognitions, Emotions and Identities - Janet L Abu-Lughod
Review - John Boli
SECTION NINE: REVIEWS IN NEWSPAPERS AND WEEKLIES
Brave New World - Benjamin Barber
A Philosopher of the Web is a Hit in Silicon Valley - G Pascal Zachary
Digital Commerce - Denise Caruso
La Fin des Centres - Roger-Pol Droit
Out of Place - Anthony Giddens
World of Feathers - Anthony Giddens
Ties that Bind and Tear - Anthony Smith
SECTION TEN: INTERVIEWS
Uneasy? He's Here to Help - Martin Ince
Theory, Technology and Cultural Power - Joanne Roberts
An Interview with Manuel Castells
Interview - John Lloyd
Manuel Castells