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- ISBN: 9780199677382 | 0199677387
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 5/27/2014
Manuel Castells, University Professor and the Wallis Annenberg Chair of Communication Technology and Society, the University of Southern California,Joao Caraca, Director of the Science Department, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon,Gustavo Cardoso, Professor of Media and Society, IUL - Lisbon University Institute
Manuel Castells is University Professor and the Wallis Annenberg Chair of Communication Technology and Society at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, as well as Director of Research at the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge, and holder of the Chair of Network Society at the College d' Etudes Mondiales, Paris. He has published 26 books including the trilogy The Information Age: Economy, Society, and Culture (Blackwell, 1996-2000), The Internet Galaxy (OUP, 2001), and Communication Power (OUP, 2nd Edition, 2013). He is a fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, of the Academia Europaea, of the British Academy, of the Mexican Academy of Sciences, and of the Spanish Royal Academy of Economics. He has received 18 honorary doctorates, as well as the Erasmus Medal 2010, and the Holberg Memorial Prize 2012.
Joao Caraca obtained a D. Phil. in Nuclear Physics at the University of Oxford and the Agregacao in Physics at the Lisbon Faculty of Sciences. He is Director of the Science Department of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon and also Full Professor of Science and Technology Policy at the Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestao of the Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa. He is member of the Governing Board of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology - EIT. He also integrates the Steering Group of the European Forum on Philanthropy and Research Funding and is President of the Advisory Board of the Portuguese Business Association for Innovation - COTEC. He was Science Adviser of the President of the Portuguese Republic (1996-2006), has published over 150 scientific papers, and co-authored Limits to Competition (1995), co-edited O Futuro Tecnologico (1999) and collaborated in Le Printemps du Politique (2007).
Gustavo Cardoso is Professor of Media and Society at IUL - Lisbon University Institute. His areas of interest are the cultures of the network society, the transformations of the notions of property, distribution and production of cultural goods, and the role of online social networking. Between 1996 and 2006 he was advisor on Information Society and telecommunications policies to the Presidency of the Portuguese Republic and in 2008 was chosen by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader. His international cooperation in European research networks led him to work with IN3 (Internet Interdisciplinary Institute) in Barcelona, WIP (World Internet Project) at USC Annenberg, COST A20 "The Impact of the Internet in Mass Media" and COST 298 "Broadband Society." During the last five years he has been the Director of OberCom media observatory in Lisbon and is deputy chairman of the board of LUSA, the Portuguese global news agency.
Introduction to the Revised Edition
1: Power in the Network Society
2: Communication in the Digital Age
3: Networks of Mind and Power
4: Programming Communication Networks: Media Politics, Scandal Politics, and the Crisis of Democracy
5: Reprogramming Communication Networks: Social Movements, Insurgent Politics, and the New Public Space
6: Toward a Communication Theory of Power
1. The Cultures of the Economic Crisis: An Introduction, Manuel Castells, Joao Caraca and Gustavo Cardoso
2. The Rolling Apocalypse of Contemporary History, Rosalind Williams
3. The Separation of Cultures and the Decline of Modernity, Joao Caraca
WHICH CRISIS? WHOSE CRISIS?
4. The Metamorphosis of a Crisis, John B. Thompson
5. Financial Crisis or Societal Mutation?, Michel Wieviorka
DEALING WITH THE CRISIS
6. Branding the Crisis, Sarah Banet-Weiser
7. In Nationalism We Trust?, Terhi Rantanen
8. Crisis, Identity and the Welfare State, Pekka Himanen
BEYOND THE CRISIS
9. Surfing the Crisis: Cultures of Belonging and Networked Social Change, Gustavo Cardoso and Pedro Jacobetty
10. Beyond the Crisis: The Emergence of Alternative Economic Practises, Joana Conill, Manuel Castells, Amalia Cardenas and Lisa Servon
THE NON-GLOBAL GLOBAL CRISIS
11. No Crisis in China? The Rise of China's Social Crisis, You-tien Hsing
12. A Non-Global Crisis? Challenging the Crisis in Latin America, Ernesto Ottone