End of Millennium: The Information Age: Economy, Society, and Culture |, Volume 3 (Google eBook)
This final volume in Manuel Castells' trilogy, with a substantial new preface, is devoted to processes of global social change induced by the transition from the old industrial society to the emerging global network society.
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A Time of Change
1 The Crisis of Industrial Statism and the Collapse of the Soviet Union
2 The Rise of the Fourth World Informational Capitalism Poverty and Social Exclusion
3 The Perverse Connection the Global Criminal Economy
4 Development and Crisis in the Asian Pacific Globalization and the State
5 The Unification of Europe Globalization Identity and the Network State
Africa American analysis Asia Asian Pacific banks became bureaucratic capitalist Castells chaebol chapter China Chinese Colombia command economy communication Communist competitiveness countries criminal economy crisis cultural currency decades democratic developmental dominant drug electronics elites ethnic Europe European Union exports factor financial markets firms force foreign fundamental Furthermore global economy global financial Gorbachev historical Hong Kong Hutu identity income increased increasingly industrial inequality Information Age information technology informational capitalism institutions integration investment Japan Japanese Kong’s Korean labor legitimacy linked Mafia major manufacturing ment military million mobilization money laundering nation-states network society organized crime particularly party people’s percent policies political population poverty production reform regional repression republics Russian sector share Singapore social exclusion sources South Korea Soviet Union statism strategy structure Sub-Saharan Africa Taiwan tion trade traffic transformation Tutsi United volume workers Yakuza