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Shaping the Network Society: The New Role of Civil Society in Cyberspace

ISBN-13: 978-0262194976
ISBN-10: 026219497X
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"Shaping the Network Society documents and analyzes the emergence of civil society in cyberspace. Based on contributions by some of the best experts in the world, it is essential reading for students and practitioners of the new forms of democracy in the Information Age."
—Manuel Castells, Wallis Annenberg Chair of Communication Technology and Society, University of Southern California

"Doug Schuler and Peter Day have done it again! This book challenges us to ensure that the benefits of a network society flow to all, not just the rich or well-educated. Activists, educators, academics, students, and citizens alike will all find inspiration here."
—Jenny Preece, Professor, Information Systems Department, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

"This book adds two important concerns to an urgent agenda for research and action in the field of network technologies: How can we raise the profile of social responsibility in a field dominated by business interests? And how can we make this a genuinely international project, rather than one dominated by nation-specific interests?"
—Saskia Sassen, University of Chicago, author of The Global City

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"Doug Schuler and Peter Day have done it again! This book challenges us to ensure that the benefits of a network society flow to all, not just the rich or well-educated. Activists, educators, academics, students, and citizens alike will all find inspiration here."
--Jenny Preece, Professor, Information Systems Department, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

"*Shaping the Network Society* documents and analyzes the emergence of civil society in cyberspace. Based on contributions by some of the best experts in the world, it is essential reading for students and practitioners of the new forms of democracy in the Information Age."
--Manuel Castells, Wallis Annenberg Chair of Communication Technology and Society, University of Southern California

"This book adds two important concerns to an urgent agenda for research and action in the field of network technologies: How can we raise the profile of social responsibility in a field dominated by business interests? And how can we make this a genuinely international project, rather than one dominated by nation-specific interests?"
--Saskia Sassen, Ralph Lewis Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago, author of *The Global City*

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