Understanding The Information Age: The Uneasy Relations Between Sociology And Cultural Studies
Speakers: Professor Frank Webster
16 December 2005
As a leading scholar in debates about the Information Age, Professor Frank Webster is well placed in this webcast to provide a polemical commentary in this webcast about the respective merits and limitations of sociological anaylsis and cultural studies as a way of understanding socio-technical change.
The discussion will be largely directed by issues arising from a paper of Frank Webster’s to be published in the journal Information, Communication & Society.
This event is part of a series of Webcasts linked to the Information,
Communication & Society (iCS) Journal.
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