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24/7 : time and temporality in the network society

Author: Robert Hassan
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Business Books, 2007.
Series: Stanford business books
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

24/7 is the first collection of essays dealing with the nature and our experience of temporality in the network society.


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Hassan
ISBN: 9780804751964 080475196X 9780804751971 0804751978
OCLC Number: 237134279
Description: XVII, 284 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Contents: @fmct:Contents @toc4:Foreword @tocca:Barbara Adam iii @toc4:Contributors iii @toc2:Introduction @tocca:Robert Hassan and Ronald E. Purser 1 @toc1:Part 1. Time in the Network Society @toc2:1 New Temporal Perspectives in the "High-Speed Society" @tocca:Carmen Leccardi 000 @toc2:2 Network Time @tocca:Robert Hassan 000 @toc2:3 Speed = Distance/Time: Chronotopographies of Action @tocca:Mike Crang 000 @toc2:4 Protocols and the Irreducible Traces of Embodiment: The Viterbi Algorithm and the Mosaic of Machine Time @tocca:Adrian Mackenzie 000 @toc1:Part 2. Digital Time: Temporal Dimensions of Media and Culture @toc2:5 Truth at Twelve Thousand Frames per Second: The Matrix and Time-Image Cinema @tocca:Darren Tofts 000 @toc2:6 The Fallen Present: Time in the Mix @tocca:Andrew Murphie 000 @toc2:7 Stacking and Continuity: On Temporal Regimes in Popular Culture @tocca:Thomas Hylland Eriksen 000 @toc1:Part 3. Temporal Presence @toc2:8 Indifference of the Networked Presence: On Time Management of the Self @tocca:Geert Lovink 000 @toc2:9 The Presence of Others: Network Experience as an Antidote to the Subjectivity of Time @tocca:Jack Petranker 000 @toc2:10 CyberLack @tocca:David R. Loy 000 @toc1:Part 4. Time in the Network Economy @toc2:11 Time Robbers, Time Rebels: Limits to Fast Capital @tocca:Ben Agger 000 @toc2:12 Finding Time and Place for Trust in ICT Network Organizations @tocca:Hans R'm' 000 @toc2:13 The Clock-Time Paradox: Time Regimes in the Network Society @tocca:Ida H. J. Sabelis 000 @toc4:Index 000
Series Title: Stanford business books
Other Titles: Twenty-four seven
Responsibility: ed. by Robert Hassan ...
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"This collection of thought-provoking essays addresses the relationship between contemporary times and technology, especially cybertechnology. In doing so, the essays demonstrate so very well Elliott Read more...

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