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The internet imaginaire
|Statement||Patrice Flichy ; translated by Liz Carey-Libbrecht.|
|LC Classifications||HM851 .F56 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||2006027603|
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The Internet imaginaire, Flichy argues, led software designers, businesses, politicians, and individuals to adopt this one technology instead of draws on writings by experts—paying particular attention to the gurus of Wired magazine, but also citing articles in Time, Newsweek, and Business Week—from to Patrice Flichy is a distinguished media historian.
In The Internet Imaginaire he shows how the competing technological visions advanced over the last three decades by industries and governments, scientists and cultural critics, and counterculture and community activists have been woven together to create the fabric of today's Internet. The book is a wide-ranging, compelling Cited by: The Internet Imaginaire book.
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Get this from a library. The internet imaginaire. [Patrice Flichy] -- In The Internet Imaginaire, sociologist Patrice Flichy examines the collective vision that shaped the emergence of the Internet & mdash;the social imagination that envisioned a technological utopia. In its second section The Internet Imaginaire examines the role of the Internet in popular culture.
Here Flichy actually does begin to pull his initial (if confounding) argument together. Connecting futurists like Alvin Toffler, Cyberpunk authors such as William Gibson, and even open-source innovators like Linus Torvalds he describes the interaction between the.
The collective vision that shaped the emergence of the Internet: what led software designers, managers, employees, politicians, and individuals to develop and adopt one particular technology. In The Internet Imaginaire, sociologist Patrice Flichy examines the collective vision that shaped the emergence of the Internet--the social imagination that envisioned a technological utopia in.
In its second section The Internet Imaginaire examines the role of the Internet in popular culture. Here Flichy actually does begin to pull his initial (if confounding) argument together. Connecting futurists like Alvin Toffler, Cyberpunk authors such as William Gibson, and even open-source innovators like Linus Torvalds he describes the interaction between the Internet.
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With these sentences, Schneier advances two conventional beliefs about the Internet’s history as well its broader social “imaginaire.” First, Schneier presumes that his readers identify with a techno-utopian Californian Ideology in which the Internet acts as an agent of liberation and democratization.
In this interpretation of the Internet’s world-historical role, its. The imaginary (or social imaginary) is the set of values, institutions, laws, and symbols common to a particular social group and the corresponding society through which people imagine their social whole.
The concept of the imaginary has attracted attention in anthropology, sociology, philosophy, and media studies. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Information highways, or the difficulty of transforming a utopia into a technological program -- The internet, the scientific community's ideal -- Communities, a different internet imaginaire -- From internet myth to cyber-imaginaire -- Dawn of a new communication age -- The body and virtual reality -- The end of Pages: Book Review.
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Flichy, Professor of Sociology at the University of Marne de la Author: Gaffney, Sean. The Internet Imaginaire is a translation from "L'imaginaire d'Internet" by Patrice Flichy, professor of sociology at the University of Marne-la-Vallee.
The book is a U.S.-centric story of the actors (companies and individual), physical networks, and social. The Internet Imaginaire– By Patrice Flichy.
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