Global geographies of the internet / Barney Warf.  (Text) (Text)

Warf, Barney, 1956-
Call no.: HM851 .W37 2013Series: SpringerBriefs in geographyPublication: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer Verlag, c2013Description: vii, 166 p. : illISBN: 9789400712447Subject(s): Internet -- Social aspectsTechnological innovations -- Social aspectsHuman geographyLOC classification: HM851 | .W37 2013
Contents:1 Introduction -- 1.1 Conceptions and Misconceptions About Information Systems --1.2 The Rise of the Networked Society -- 1.3 Outline of This Volume -- 2 Origins, Growth, and Geographies of the Global Internet -- 2.1 Fiber Optic Networks and Satellites -- 2.2 Origins and Growth of the Internet -- 2.3 Digital Divides -- 2.4 Regional Geographies of the Global Internet -- 2.4.1 North America -- 2.4.2 Europe -- 2.4.3 Russia -- 2.4.4 Central Asia -- 2.4.5 East Asia -- 2.4.6 Southeast Asia -- 2.4.7 South Asia -- 2.4.8 Arab World -- 2.4.9 Sub-Saharan Africa -- 2.4.10 Latin America and the Caribbean -- 2.5 Conclusions -- 3 Global Internet Censorship -- 3.1 Motivations and Mechanisms of Internet Censorship -- 3.2 Regional Configurations of Internet Censorship -- 3.2.1 China -- 3.2.2 Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus -- 3.2.3 South Asia -- 3.2.4 Southeast Asia -- 3.2.5 Central Asia -- 3.2.6 Middle East -- 3.2.7 Subsaharan Africa -- 3.2.8 Latin America -- 3.2.9 Europe -- 3.2.10 United States -- 3.3 Discussion: A Habermasian Critique -- 3.4 Conclusions -- 4 Global K-Commerce -- 4.1 Global Cities and the Limits to the Internet Economy -- 4.2 Electronic Funds Transfer Systems -- 4.3 Offshore Banking4.4 Back Office and Call Center Relocations -- 4.5 VOIPocalypse Now -- 4.6 E-tailing, Tourism, Distance Learning, and Internet Gambling -- 4.7 Regional Geographies of E-Commerce -- 4.7.1 North America -- 4.7.2 Europe -- 4.7.3 Russia -- 4.7.4 East Asia -- 4.7.5_Southeast Asia -- 4.7.6 South Asia -- 4.7.7 Latin America -- 4.7.8 Middle Fast -- 4.7.9 Sub-Saharan Africa -- 4.7.10 Central Asia -- 4.7.11 Oceania -- 4.8 Conclusions -- 5 Global K-Government -- 5.1 A Multiplicity of E-Government Models -- 5.2 E-Government and Digital Divides -- 5.3 Global Variations in E-government -- 5.3.1 North America -- 5.3.2 Europe -- 5.3.3 East Asia -- 5.3.4 Southeast Asia -- 5.3.5 South Asia -- 5.3.6 Central Asia -- 5.3.7 Middle East -- 5.3.8 Sub-Saharan Africa -- 5.3.9 Latin America -- 5.3.10 Oceania -- 6 Social Media -- 6.1 Mobile Phones, the Internet, and the Networked Society -- 6.2 Telemediated Networks and the Relational Ontology of the Self -- 6.3 Progressive Political Uses of Social Media -- 6.4 Conclusions.
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1 Introduction -- 1.1 Conceptions and Misconceptions About Information Systems --1.2 The Rise of the Networked Society -- 1.3 Outline of This Volume -- 2 Origins, Growth, and Geographies of the Global Internet -- 2.1 Fiber Optic Networks and Satellites -- 2.2 Origins and Growth of the Internet -- 2.3 Digital Divides -- 2.4 Regional Geographies of the Global Internet -- 2.4.1 North America -- 2.4.2 Europe -- 2.4.3 Russia -- 2.4.4 Central Asia -- 2.4.5 East Asia -- 2.4.6 Southeast Asia -- 2.4.7 South Asia -- 2.4.8 Arab World -- 2.4.9 Sub-Saharan Africa -- 2.4.10 Latin America and the Caribbean -- 2.5 Conclusions -- 3 Global Internet Censorship -- 3.1 Motivations and Mechanisms of Internet Censorship -- 3.2 Regional Configurations of Internet Censorship -- 3.2.1 China -- 3.2.2 Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus -- 3.2.3 South Asia -- 3.2.4 Southeast Asia -- 3.2.5 Central Asia -- 3.2.6 Middle East -- 3.2.7 Subsaharan Africa -- 3.2.8 Latin America -- 3.2.9 Europe -- 3.2.10 United States -- 3.3 Discussion: A Habermasian Critique -- 3.4 Conclusions -- 4 Global K-Commerce -- 4.1 Global Cities and the Limits to the Internet Economy -- 4.2 Electronic Funds Transfer Systems -- 4.3 Offshore Banking

4.4 Back Office and Call Center Relocations -- 4.5 VOIPocalypse Now -- 4.6 E-tailing, Tourism, Distance Learning, and Internet Gambling -- 4.7 Regional Geographies of E-Commerce -- 4.7.1 North America -- 4.7.2 Europe -- 4.7.3 Russia -- 4.7.4 East Asia -- 4.7.5_Southeast Asia -- 4.7.6 South Asia -- 4.7.7 Latin America -- 4.7.8 Middle Fast -- 4.7.9 Sub-Saharan Africa -- 4.7.10 Central Asia -- 4.7.11 Oceania -- 4.8 Conclusions -- 5 Global K-Government -- 5.1 A Multiplicity of E-Government Models -- 5.2 E-Government and Digital Divides -- 5.3 Global Variations in E-government -- 5.3.1 North America -- 5.3.2 Europe -- 5.3.3 East Asia -- 5.3.4 Southeast Asia -- 5.3.5 South Asia -- 5.3.6 Central Asia -- 5.3.7 Middle East -- 5.3.8 Sub-Saharan Africa -- 5.3.9 Latin America -- 5.3.10 Oceania -- 6 Social Media -- 6.1 Mobile Phones, the Internet, and the Networked Society -- 6.2 Telemediated Networks and the Relational Ontology of the Self -- 6.3 Progressive Political Uses of Social Media -- 6.4 Conclusions.

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