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  • Author(s) Robin Mansell
  • SubtitleCommunication, Innovation, and Governance
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  • Published26th July 2012
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199697045
  • University course codes

Communication, Innovation, and Governance

This book brings together and reviews different disciplinary approaches to digital information and communication systems across the social sciences. It synthesises the developments of the Internet Age, and the micro and macro consequences of these developments. It explores dominant and alternative social imaginaries of the Internet age, the implications of the complexity of the technological system and the issues presented by the abundance of digital information,
the role of the communication system in our everyday lives, the way developers and digital content producers are coping with transformations in networks, and the issues for Internet governance and
policy in the media and communication field.

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  • Author(s) Robin Mansell
  • SubtitleCommunication, Innovation, and Governance
  • Edition
  • Published26th July 2012
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199697045
  • University course codes

Communication, Innovation, and Governance

This book brings together and reviews different disciplinary approaches to digital information and communication systems across the social sciences. It synthesises the developments of the Internet Age, and the micro and macro consequences of these developments. It explores dominant and alternative social imaginaries of the Internet age, the implications of the complexity of the technological system and the issues presented by the abundance of digital information,
the role of the communication system in our everyday lives, the way developers and digital content producers are coping with transformations in networks, and the issues for Internet governance and
policy in the media and communication field.
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