Manuel Castells: The Theory of the Network Society

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Wiley, Mar 27, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 255 pages
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  • First in-depth study of Manuell Castells pioneering work
  • Traces Castells thought from his work on urban change in the 1970s to his recent theories of global social transformations
  • Distills the central ideas in Castells work into an accessible and concise introduction for undergraduate students
  • Explores Castells writings on the network society, informational capitalism and democracy in crisis
  • Provides a critical analysis of Castells thought in relation to ongoing debates about globalization

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Felix Stalder, University of Applied Arts Social Sciences, Zurich, Switzerland

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