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BK
2nd ed.
Malden : Blackwell Publishing, c2004
xxii, 537 s. : il., grafy ; 23 cm

objednat
ISBN 978-1-4051-0713-6 (brož.)
The Information age, economy, society, and culture ; vol. 2
Obsahuje tabulky
Obálkový podnázev: new edition
Bibliografie na s. [466]-511, bibliografické odkazy, rejstřík
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Preface and Acknowledgments 2003 // Acknowledgments 1996 // Our World, our Lives // 1 Communal Heavens: Identity and Meaning in the Network Society // The Construction of Identity // God’s Heavens: Religious Fundamentalism and Cultural Identity // Umma versus Jahiliya: Islamic fundamentalism God save me! American Christian fundamentalism Nations and Nationalisms in the Age of Globalization: Imagined Communities or Communal Images? Nations against the state: the breakup of the Soviet Union and the Commonwealth of Impossible States (Sojuz Nevozmoznykh Gosudarstv) Nations without a state: Catalunya // Nations of the information age 54 // Ethnic Unbonding: Race, Class, and Identity // in the Network Society 56 // Territorial Identities: The Local Community 63 // Conclusion: The Cultural Communes of the // Information Age 68 // 2 The Other Face of the Earth: Social Movements against the New Global Order 71 // Globalization, Informationalization, and Social Movements 72 // Mexico’s Zapatistas: The First Informational Guerrilla Movement 75 // Who are the Zapatistas? 77 // The value structure of the Zapatistas: identity, adversaries, and goals 80 // The communication strategy of the Zapatistas: the Internet and the media 82 // The contradictory relationship between social movement and political institution 85 // Up in Arms against the New World Order: The American Militia and the Patriot Movement 87 // The militias and the Patriots: a multi-thematic information network 90 // The Patriots’ banners 95 // Who are the Patriots 98 // The militia, the Patriots, and American society 99 // The Lamas of Apocalypse: Japan’s Aum Shinrikyo 100 // Asahara and the development of Aum Shinrikyo 101 // Aum’s beliefs and methodology 104 // Aum and Japanese society 105 // Al-Qaeda, 9/11, and Beyond: Global Terror in the Name of God 108 // The goals and values of al-Qaeda 111 // The evolving process of al-Qaeda s struggle 115 //
The mujahedeen and their support bases 119 // The young lion of the global jihad: Osama bin Laden 124 // From bin Laden to bin Mahfouz: financial networks, Islamic networks, terrorist networks 128 // Networking and media politics: the organization, // tactics, and strategy o/-al-Qaeda 135 // 9/11 and beyond: death or birth of a networked, global, fundamentalist movement? // “No Globalization without Representation!”: // The Anti-globalization Movement “El pueblo desunido jamas sera vencido”: // the diversity of the anti-globalization movement // The values and goals of the movement against globalization // Networking as a political way of being // An informational movement: the theatrical tactics of anti-globalization militants // The movement in context: social change and institutional change // The Meaning of Insurgencies against the New Global Order // Conclusion: The Challenge to Globalization // 3 The Greening of the Self: The Environmental Movement // The Creative Cacophony of Environmentalism: // A Typology // The Meaning of Greening: Societal Issues and the Ecologists’ Challenge Environmentalism in Action: Reaching Minds, Taming Capital, Courting the State, Tap-dancing with the Media // Environmental Justice: Ecologists’ New Frontier // 4 The End of Patriarchalism: Social Movements, Family, and Sexuality in the Information Age // The Crisis of the Patriarchal Family Women at Work // Sisterhood is Powerful: The Feminist Movement American feminism: a discontinuous continuity Is feminism global? // Feminism: an inducine polyphony The Power of Love: Lesbian and Gay Liberation Movements Feminism, lesbianism, and sexual liberation movements in Taipei // Spaces of freedom: the gay community in San Francisco // Summing up: sexual identity and the patriarchal family // Family, Sexuality, and Personality in the Crisis of Patriarchalism 280 // The incredibly shrinking family 280 //
The reproduction of mothering under the non-reproduction of patriarchalism 288 // Body identity: the (re)construction of sexuality 294 // Flexible personalities in a post-patriarchal world 299 // The End of Patriarchalism? 301 // 5 Globalization, Identification, and the State: // A Powerless State or a Network State? 303 // Globalization and the State 304 // The transnational core of national economies 305 // A statistical appraisal of the new fiscal crisis // of the state in the global economy 307 // Globalization and the welfare state 312 // Global communication networks, local // audiences, uncertain regulators 316 // A lawless world? 321 // The Nation-state in the Age of Multilateralism 323 // Global Governance and Networks of Nation-states 328 // Identities, Local Governments, and the Deconstruction of the Nation-state 332 // The Identification of the State 337 // The Return of the State 340 // The state, violence, and surveillance: from Big Brother to little sisters 34O // American unilateralism and the new geopolitics 344 // The Iraq War and its aftermath 349 // The consequences of American unilateralism 353 // The Crisis of the Nation-state, the Network State, and the Theory of the State 356 // Conclusion: The King of the Universe, Sun Tzu, and the Crisis of Democracy 364 // 6 Informational Politics and the Crisis of Democracy 367 // Introduction: The Politics of Society 367 // Media as the Space of Politics in the Information Age 371 // Politics and the media: the citizens’ connection 371 // Show politics and political marketing: the // American model 375 // Is European politics being "Americanized"? 381 // Bolivia’s electronic populism: compadre Palenque and the coming o/’Jach’a Uru 386 // Informational Politics in Action: The Politics of Scandal 391 //
The Crisis of Democracy 402 // Conclusion: Reconstructing Democracy? 414 // Conclusion: Social Change in the Network Society 419 // Methodological Appendix 429 // Summary of Contents of Volumes I and III 464 // References 466 // Index 512

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