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Information capitalism - The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization - Ignatow - Wiley Online Library
Information capitalism refers to the increasing importance of information within capitalism under conditions of globalization and rapid technological development. The idea of “information capitalism” is closely related to similar concepts such as knowledge economy (Drucker [1969] 1992), postindustrial society (Touraine 1971; Bell [1973] 1976), information society (Webster 2002), and network society (Castells 2000).
infofeodalism  information.capitalism 
january 2018 by lutzray
Information Capitalism | The Excerpt Mill
Concepts like knowledge, information, postmodern, postindustrial, Internet, and network society fail to grasp the dialectic of continuity and discontinuity of society. They construct the changes connected to new media as radical novelties and ignore the continuing dominance of capitalist structures.
infofeodalism  information.capitalism 
january 2018 by lutzray

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