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Published: 01 April 2011

224 Pages

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780719067952

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Global Politics in the Information Age

Mark J. Lacy and Peter Wilkin

Published by Manchester University Press

  • A provocative and wide-ranging introduction to the notion that information technologies are creating new formations of power, control and resistance across the planet Offers clearly explained theoretical insight into the debates that are shaping discussion on global politics and information society Case studies include the strategies of media management deployed to shape how the 2003 war in Iraq was presented in the public sphere Provides the reader with a number of different perspectives on the way that flows of images, capital, ideologies and informational goods are creating global spaces of control and resistance Newly available in paperback

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