The Information Age, Volumes 1-3: Economy, Society and Culture

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Wiley, 1999. júl. 16. - 1488 oldal
The Information Age is a three volume investigation of contemporary global economic, political and social change. It is a work of outstanding penetration, originality and importance. The three volumes are now available to buy as an attractive boxed set.

A szerzőről (1999)

Manuel Castells is Professor of Sociology, and of Planning, at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was appointed in 1979, after teaching for 12 years at the University of Paris. He has also taught and researched at the Universities of Madrid, Chile, Montreal, Campinas, Caracas, Mexico, Geneva, Copenhagen, Wisconsin, Boston, Southern California, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Amsterdam, Moscow, Novosibirsk, Hitotsubashi, and Barcelona. He has published 20 books, including The Informational City (1989). He has been a Guggenheim Fellow, and a recipient of the C. Wright Mills Award, and of the Robert and Helen Lynd Award. He is a member of the European Academy. The Information Age is being translated into 10 languages.

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