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The book looks at two topics which currently occupy the minds of academics, activists, politicians and citizens: the nature of recent social movements which spread across the Arab countries and Europe and the role of online communication in those movements. Given that both topics invoke a lot of debate, the work by such a famous figure in sociology as Manuel Castells is timely contribution to the topic. From the beginning Castells states that the work does not aspire to create a comprehensive theory of recent social movements. He makes it clear that the book is going to provide neither the proof of the proposed arguments nor the detailed analysis of data used to describe the movements. The opening of the book is quite emotional. The book consists of eight chapters.
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated. It is describing the social, political, economic and cultural changes induced by the spread of networked, digital technologies. The intellectual origins of the idea can be traced back to the work of early social theorists such as Georg Simmel who analysed the effect of modernization and industrial capitalism on complex patterns of affiliation, organization, production and experience. An additional underlying theoretical perspective can be taken from system theory as Luhmann formulated it when he defined societal systems as constituted on bases of communication and interaction Luhmann, Page view s Download s
The book is being translated in other languages. He was born in Spain in and grew up in Valencia and Barcelona. He studied law and economics at the Universities of Barcelona and Paris. He received a doctorate in sociology and a doctorate in human sciences from the University of Paris-Sorbonne. He moved to the United States in
Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Social Movements in the Internet Age". Keywords: social movements, social media, Internet, protest, revolution, occupation, Arab spring, M, indignadas, indignados, Occupy Wall Street, Manuel Castells, network, Networks of outrage and hope. Social movements in the Internet age.
Noelle Aarts, Castells, Manuel Networks of outrage and hope — social movements in the Internet age. This book attempts to shed light on social movements in the network society, on their formation, their dynamics, their values, and their prospects for social transformation.
Not necessarily negative one, mind you, but a reading with at least a critical eye. In my review — which, by the way, is in Spanish — I begin by telling why the book is relevant and comes at a perfect timing. The paper can be downloaded at the following link, and the bibliography that I used can be accessed after the download section. If you need to cite this article in a formal way i. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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Polity Press, , sets the tone of the entire work:. In a world darkened by economic distress, political cynicism, cultural emptiness and personal hopelessness, it just happened. Suddenly dictatorship could be overthrown with the bare hands of the people, even if their hands had been bloodied by the sacrifice of those fallen. Financial magicians went from being the objects of public envy to the targets of universal contempt.
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Беккер мрачно кивнул. - Кому вы его продали. Тучный немец в полном недоумении сидел на кровати. Надежды на романтический вечер рушились по непонятной причине. - Was passiert? - нервно спросил .
Я говорю о наших собственных гражданах. О юристах, фанатичных борцах за гражданские права, о Фонде электронных границ - они все приняли в этом участие, но дело в другом. Дело в людях. Они потеряли веру.
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