Social Theory after the Internet: Media, Technology, and Globalization by Ralph Schroeder

Schroeder, R. (2018). Social Theory after the Internet. London: UCL Press. Retrieved February 6, 2020, from https://openresearchlibrary.org
Schroeder, R. (2018). Social Theory after the Internet. London: UCL Press. Retrieved February 6, 2020, from https://openresearchlibrary.org

Social Theory after the Internet: Media, Technology, and Globalization (UCL Press) puts forward a theory of how the Internet has transformed politics and culture.


Abstract

In this book, Ralph Schroeder, professor at the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford, examines four countries, the United States, Sweden, India and China, and provides a comparative-historical analysis of the uses of information and communication technologies. Written in an accessible, jargon-free language, the book offers a theoretical account from a multidisciplinary perspective on digital media and supports its arguments using the most topical and up-to-date examples.


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