L Illusione Democratica Attori Politici E Nuovi Strumenti Di Comunicazione

Autore: AA. VV.
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8891715263
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Sociologia

Autore: Aa.Vv.
Editore: Gangemi Editore Spa
ISBN: 8849280041
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Culture politiche in mutamento ANDREA BIXIO Introduzione CARLO RUZZA Il rapporto tra stato e società in Europa e la sua evoluzione negli anni della crisi globale GLORIA PIRZIO AMMASSARI Istituzioni europee e società civile ETTORE RECCHI, LORENZO GRIFONE BAGLIONI Migrazioni e disuguaglianze: l’integrazione degli stranieri nelle società europee ARIANNA MONTANARI Mutamento e Socialità. Le nuove forme di comunitarismo FLAMINIA SACCÀ Democrazia in Rete MICHELE NEGRI Il mutamento dei ruoli sociali e dei fenomeni organizzativi: i concetti di diffusione e professione Discussioni Giuristi e ideologie MASSIMO BRUTTI Introduzione FRANCESCO RICCOBONO Due visioni del diritto civile. Note a margine di un recente libro di Massimo Brutti EMANUELE STOLFI Giuristi, ideologie e codici. Scialoja e Betti nell’interpretazione di Massimo Brutti GIUSEPPE DI GASPARE Disputa sul metodo nel diritto romano e dominio ideologico nella scienza giuridica: Massimo Brutti, Vittorio Scialoja, Emilio Betti, due visioni del diritto civile Colpevolezza e imputabilità FABRIZIO RAMACCI Convergenze tra presente e passato sul rapporto tra colpevolezza e imputabilità Note FEDELE CUCULO Il diritto naturale e l’esilio di Dio Recensioni RAIMONDO STRASSOLDO Da David a Saatchi Trattato di sociologia dell’arte contemporanea (Milena Gammaitoni)

Democrazia In Rete

Autore: Flaminia Saccà
Editore: Gangemi Editore spa
ISBN: 8849257392
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Già verso la fine degli anni ‘70 il progresso economico e la rivoluzione silenziosa, come fu definita da Inglehart, avevano iniziato a portare con sé, almeno nei Paesi Occidentali, una popolazione progressivamente più benestante e più colta. Elementi che, a livello politico, stavano contribuendo a smussare le radicali differenze di posizionamento e a sfumare le grandi battaglie ideologiche. In tutta Europa i partiti di sinistra iniziavano un percorso di lento riposizionamento verso il centro e l’appartenenza di classe, così come i relativi interessi, si andavano progressivamente sganciando dall’appartenenza partitica. I partiti stavano slittando dal partito di massa, con la sua rappresentanza di classe, all’attuale tipologia di partito pigliatutto, secondo la felice definizione di Otto Kirchheimer.

Giornale Della Libreria

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Handbook Of Research On Policies And Practices For Sustainable Economic Growth And Regional Development

Autore: Korres, George M.
Editore: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522524592
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New developments in socio-economics aid in increased productivity of manufacturing. These advances result in long-term improvement of competitiveness and innovation. The Handbook of Research on Policies and Practices for Sustainable Economic Growth and Regional Development is an essential reference publication for the latest scholarly information on the role of socio-economics in sustainable development initiatives. Featuring coverage on a variety of topics and perspectives including social economy innovation, cultural management, and social networking, this publication is ideally designed for researchers, policy makers, and academicians seeking current research on different determining factors of social consequences resulting from economic crisis.

The Network Society

Autore: Jan van Dijk
Editore: SAGE
ISBN: 1446268098
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The Network Society is now more than ever the essential guide to the past, consequences and future of digital communication. Fully revised, this Third Edition covers crucial new issues and updates, including: • the long history of social media and Web 2.0: why it's not as new as we think • digital youth culture as a foreshadow of future new media use • the struggle for control of the internet among Microsoft, Google, Apple and Facebook • the contribution of media networks to the current financial crisis • complete update of the literature on the facts, theories, trends and technologies of the internet • new features for students with boxes of chapter questions, conclusions and boxed explanations of key concepts This book remains an accessible, comprehensive, must-read introduction to how new media function in contemporary society.

The Network Society

Autore: Manuel Castells
Editore: Center for Transatlantic Relations
ISBN:
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This book explores the patterns and dynamics of the network society through its policies. Topics range from the knowledge economy, based on technology and innovation, to organizational reform and modernization in the public sector. The contributors also examine media and communication policies. Contributors include Jorge Sampaio (president of the Portugese Republic), Manuel Castells (UCLA), Gustavo Cardoso (CIES/ISCTE, Portugal), Dale W. Jorgenson (Harvard University), Khuong M.Vu (Suffolk University), Luc Soete (UNU-INTECH and MERIT), Jane Fountain (University of Massachusetts-Amherst), James Katz (Rutgers University), Betty Collis (University of Twente, The Netherlands), Geoff Mulgan (Institute of Community Studies, London), Marcelo Branco (Brazilian Information Society), Jonathan Taplin (Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California), Imma Tubella (Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona), François Bar (Annenberg School for Communication, USC), Hernan Galperin (Annenberg School for Communication, USC), Jeff Cole (Annenberg School for Communication, USC),William Mitchell (MIT), Erkki Liikanen (Bank of Finland), Pekka Himanen (Helsinki Institute for Information Society and University of California, Berkeley), Carlos Alvarez (secretary of state for the economy, Chile), and Maria João Rodrigues (ISCTE, University of Lisbon).

Who Wrote The Book Of Life

Autore: Lily E. Kay
Editore: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804734172
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This is a detailed history of one of the most important and dramatic episodes in modern science, recounted from the novel vantage point of the dawn of the information age and its impact on representations of nature, heredity, and society. Drawing on archives, published sources, and interviews, the author situates work on the genetic code (1953-70) within the history of life science, the rise of communication technosciences (cybernetics, information theory, and computers), the intersection of molecular biology with cryptanalysis and linguistics, and the social history of postwar Europe and the United States. Kay draws out the historical specificity in the process by which the central biological problem of DNA-based protein synthesis came to be metaphorically represented as an information code and a writing technology—and consequently as a “book of life.” This molecular writing and reading is part of the cultural production of the Nuclear Age, its power amplified by the centuries-old theistic resonance of the “book of life” metaphor. Yet, as the author points out, these are just metaphors: analogies, not ontologies. Necessary and productive as they have been, they have their epistemological limitations. Deploying analyses of language, cryptology, and information theory, the author persuasively argues that, technically speaking, the genetic code is not a code, DNA is not a language, and the genome is not an information system (objections voiced by experts as early as the 1950s). Thus her historical reconstruction and analyses also serve as a critique of the new genomic biopower. Genomic textuality has become a fact of life, a metaphor literalized, she claims, as human genome projects promise new levels of control over life through the meta-level of information: control of the word (the DNA sequences) and its editing and rewriting. But the author shows how the humbling limits of these scriptural metaphors also pose a challenge to the textual and material mastery of the genomic “book of life.”

The Politics Of Obedience And Tienne De La Bo Tie

Autore: Atienne De La Boa(c)Tie
Editore: Montréal : Black Rose Books
ISBN: 9781551642932
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In 1550, Étienne de la Boétie wrote his classic work of political reflection, Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, which laid the ground work for the concept of civil disobedience, and as such, has exerted an important influence on the traditions of dissidence from Thoreau and Ralph Emerson, to Tolstoy, to Gandhi. Along with the complete text of Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, this edition includes a comprehensive 100-page biography, written by 19th century author Paul Bonnefon, on the life and times of de La Boétie. It was the only one ever written, and it has never before been published in English.

The New State

Autore: Mary Parker Follett
Editore: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271018263
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A reissue of a classic work in American political theory that addresses issues of participatory democracy being debated today.Known mostly for her pioneering work in managerial theory, Mary Parker Follett (1868-1933) was also an astute political theorist. In The New State (1918), she wrote a classic work in democratic political theory. Her vision of citizens gathering into neighborhood centers and engaging in civic dialogue continues to inform recent calls to strengthen American democracy from below. Next to John Dewey's The Public and Its Problems (1927), The New State stands as one of the most important political works that grew out of the Progressive Era in American history.Having organized neighborhood discussion groups before World War I, Follett traces the dynamics she noticed in these forums and develops some core concepts useful for those working on questions of public deliberation today. She also shows how deliberation informs debates that raged in political theory during her own era, discussing the works of pluralists, idealists, and pragmatists and making important arguments about the relationship between socialism and democracy.With preliminary essays by Benjamin Barber and Jane Mansbridge, plus a historical introduction provided by Kevin Mattson, this reissued edition will be of use to scholars and activists who are currently working on issues of democratic participation, civic education, and public deliberation.