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Polity Press, , sets the tone of the entire work:. In a world darkened by economic distress, political cynicism, cultural emptiness and personal hopelessness, it just happened. Suddenly dictatorship could be overthrown with the bare hands of the people, even if their hands had been bloodied by the sacrifice of those fallen. Financial magicians went from being the objects of public envy to the targets of universal contempt. Politicians became exposed as corrupt liars.
John's College, University of Cambridge. The — research survey of the Social Sciences Citation Index ranks him as the world's fifth most-cited social science scholar, and the foremost-cited communication scholar. In , Castells was awarded the Holberg Prize ,  for having "shaped our understanding of the political dynamics of urban and global economies in the network society. Manuel Castells was born in to a Spanish-speaking family from Valencia. The family later moved to Barcelona, but it was it was back in one of his hometowns, La Mancha, where he learned to speak Catalan as a student, learning the language mainly for political reasons.
It was a conservative family — very strongly conservative family. But I would say that the main thing that shaped my character besides my parents was the fact that I grew up in fascist Spain. It's difficult for people of the younger generation to realize what that means, even for the Spanish younger generation. You had actually to resist the whole environment, and to be yourself, you had to fight and to politicize yourself from the age of fifteen or sixteen". Castells' father, Fernando Castells Adriaensens, was a finance inspector.
His mother, Josefina Olivan Escartin, was an accountant. Both of his parents were civil servants with the Spanish Ministry of Finance.
Due to the fact that his father was moving up the career ladder in his finance inspector job throughout the beginning of Castells' life, most of his childhood was spent in Madrid, Cartagena, and Valencia.
Castells finished secondary school in Barcelona. Then, in , when he was sixteen, which is two years in advance of the usual age for finishing secondary education, he started his studies at the University of Barcelona.
At the University, he studied both Law and Economics. He was politically active in the student Anti- Franco movement, an adolescent political activism that forced him to flee Spain for France. In Paris, at the age of 20, he completed his degree studies, then progressed to the University of Paris , where he earned a doctorate in Sociology. Castells graduated from the Sorbonne in and received his PhD from the University of Paris in At the age of twenty-four, Castells became an instructor in several Parisian universities from to Castells divides his residence between Spain and the US.
Since , he has been a member of the governing board of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology. He has been the Minister of Universities in Spain since January and is the father of one daughter and has two grandchildren. The sociological work of Manuel Castells synthesises empirical research literature with combinations of urban sociology , organization studies , internet studies , social movements , sociology of culture , and political economy.
About the origins of the network society, he posits that changes to the network form of enterprise predate the electronic internet technologies usually associated with network organization forms cf. Organization theory Castells. Moreover, he coined the academic term "The Fourth World ", denoting the sub-population s socially excluded from the global society; usual usage denotes the nomadic, pastoral, and hunter-gatherer ways of life beyond the contemporary industrial society norm.
Castells maintains that the Information Age can "unleash the power of the mind",  which would dramatically increase the productivity of individuals and lead to greater leisure, allowing individuals to achieve "greater spiritual depth and more environmental consciousness". The Information Age, The Age of Consumption, and The Network Society are all perspectives attempting to describe modern life as known in the present and to depict the future of society.
As Castells suggests, contemporary society may be described as "replacing the antiquated metaphor of the machine with that of the network ". The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture comprehends three sociological dimensions— production , power , and experience —stressing that the organisation of the economy , of the state and its institutions, and the ways that people create meaning in their lives through collective action, are irreducible sources of social dynamics —that must be understood as both discrete and inter-related entities.
Moreover, he became an established cybernetic culture theoretician with his Internet development analysis stressing the roles of the state military and academic , social movements computer hackers and social activists , and business, in shaping the economic infrastructure according to their conflicting interests. In the s, following the path of Alain Touraine his intellectual father ,  Castells was a key developer of the variety of Marxist urban sociology that emphasises the role of social movements in the conflictive transformation of the city cf.
Transcending Marxist structures in the early s, he concentrated upon the role of new technologies in the restructuring of an economy. In , he introduced the concept of the " space of flows ", the material and immaterial components of global information networks used for the real-time, long-distance co-ordination of the economy. Castells grew out and, essentially, stopped using Marxism because he did not find it useful to understand what he was studying at the time and due to the fact that his view of theory was extremely instrumental.
In the s, he combined his two research strands in The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture , published as a trilogy, The Rise of the Network Society , The Power of Identity , and End of Millennium ; two years later, its worldwide, favourable critical acceptance in university seminars, prompted publication of a second edition that is 40 per cent different from the first edition.
Manuel Castells is one of the world's most often-cited social science and communications scholars. It took him fifteen years to conduct research for the trilogy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Networks of Outrage and Hope is one of the newest explanations about new social movements. Touraine and his students, Castells and Melucci, analyzed the mentioned movements in a completely different social context, although they were not the same in their method. Other thinkers like Offe have focused on economic relations, and Englehart and Pakulski emphasized the cultural nature of these newly apparent movements.
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Not necessarily negative one, mind you, but a reading with at least a critical eye. In my review — which, by the way, is in Spanish — I begin by telling why the book is relevant and comes at a perfect timing. The paper can be downloaded at the following link, and the bibliography that I used can be accessed after the download section.
The book is being translated in other languages. He was born in Spain in and grew up in Valencia and Barcelona. He studied law and economics at the Universities of Barcelona and Paris. He received a doctorate in sociology and a doctorate in human sciences from the University of Paris-Sorbonne. He moved to the United States in
To understand where it, Tunisia and Iceland are compared. Five cases of peak social media activity in the Dutch livestock sector are analysed along four dimensions: 1 peak patterns of activity, 2 issues and frames, 3 interaction of actors, and 4 media interplay. Networks of outrage and hope — social movements in the Internet age. I love the way he covers the techniques for social movements and the way these techniques relate to this old we use in everyday life. Fulfillment by Amazon FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products.
The right of Manuel Castells to be identified as Author of this Work has been asserted in accordance Revised edition of the author's Networks of outrage and hope published in Status%Report%pdf>.Louie D. 24.12.2020 at 07:23
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