3 edition of The information society. found in the catalog.
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HC240.9.I55 I536 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||98225432|
This in-depth study will be of special interest to students and scholars in communication studies, technology/information systems, political science, sociology, and management and organization studies. The Information Society will also be of value to development planners and decision makers. ‘The information society’ refers to a constellation of developments arising from the growing use of communication technologies in the acquisition, storage, and processing of information, and the role of information in supporting the creation and exchange of knowledge.
In this book Robert Hassan, a prominent theorist in new media and its effects, analyses and critically appraises these positions and forms them into a coherent narrative to illuminate the ing the works of major information society theorists from Daniel Bell to Nicholas Negroponte, and from Vincent Mosco to Manuel Castells, The. The series features empirical and scholarly research from the growing global ranks of interdisciplinary scholars in fields of inquiry such as information studies; communication and media studies; science, technology, and society; and law, technology, and culture.
Book Description. 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. Book Description ‘The information society’ refers to a constellation of developments arising from the growing use of communication technologies in the acquisition, storage, and processing of information, and the role of information in supporting the creation and exchange of knowledge. Research on information societies really began to take.
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Set against a broad historical backdrop, "The Information Society" explores the information revolution that continues to gather pace. The commercial value of information becomes increasingly important in a world where data can be transmitted in a split second.
This latest edition takes full account of significant developments since Cited by: The book was a good overview of how society has changed, and the impact of computers and technology on society.
The book gave a good history of the development of the web This book was infinitely better than Feather's book of the same title/5. The Information Society: An Introduction First Edition by Armand Mattelart (Author)Author: Armand Mattelart.
The Information Society is fully indexed and has a The information society. book introduction, newly written by the editor, which places the material in its historical and intellectual context.
It is an essential work of reference and is destined to be valued by scholars and students―as well as policy-makers and practitioners in the field―as a vital one-stop research resource. This book provides an overview of the available evidence about whether we are entering a phase of social existence without precedent - the 'information society'.
Further, it asks whether other treatments of the information society theme are asking the right kind of questions.5/5(1). While most industrial nations have already begun to adapt to the information explosion, developing countries have suffered a lag in keeping up.
The Information Society: An International Perspective examines many of the issues facing all nations, but especially the Third World, as information continues to assume a more central place.
Critical analyses of the political and economic impact resulting from the diffusion of information Cited by: The impact of the `information society' are multiform and transdisciplinary.
There are few areas of social, political and economic life that have not been affected or challenged by the new technologies of information and communication/5(16). Information Society: A Study of Continuity and Change, Sixth Edition (Facet Publications (All Titles as Published)) by John Feather | out of 5 stars 1.
The Information Society: An Introduction - Armand Mattelart - Google Books The impact of the `information society' are multiform and transdisciplinary.
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In this updated book the information society is explored in /5. 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.4/5(3). Coping in an era of information flows, of virtual relationships and breakneck change poses challenges to one and all.
In Theories of the Information Society Frank Webster makes sense of the information explosion, taking a sceptical look at what thinkers mean when they refer to the 'Information Society' and critically examines the major post-war theories and approaches to/5.
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 : An International Journal.
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Related websites. Latest articles. Volume 5 Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume 1 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/5. This article briefly discusses various definitions and concepts of the so-called information society. The term information society has been proposed to refer to the post-industrial society in which.
Frank Webster is Professor of Sociology at City University, London. He is the author of Theories of the Information Society, 2nd Edition (Routledge, )/5(3).
Information society refers to a society where cultural, social and political life centers around the production and distribution of information through information technology networks. The rapid transmission, receipt and exchange of information by digital means globally, irrespective of distance, is a dominant feature of this society.
In analysing the different threads that make up the information society, John Feather looks at the ethics of information transfer in the context of the social relationship between the citizen and the state.
break-out from the traditional boundaries of librarianship will interest all information professionals.5/5(1). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The information society by Masuda, Yoneji,World Future Society edition, in Cited by: Readership: All information professionals and students on courses on information, librarianship and communications studies, where an understanding of the nature of the information society is an essential underpinning of more advanced work.The information society today: the acceleration of just about everything --The coming of the information society --Information takes over --A shrinking planet --Commodification and culture in the information society --Faster and faster --Who rules?: politics and control in the information society.
Series Title: Digital media and society series.