8 edition of Structuring the Information Age found in the catalog.
May 17, 2005
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
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Management consultant Peter Drucker coined the term “knowledge workers” to describe lawyers, accountants, software developers, engineers and doctors who have been the architects of the Information Age. To over simplify brain structure, the left hemisphere handles what is said; the right hemisphere focuses on how it is said – the nonverbal Author: Bill Yeadon. The Information, popular science author James Gleick's new book, begins with a history of information technologies. Starting with African drumming, it takes in Babbage’s Difference Engine, the telegraph, the telephone, the transistor and the Internet. Some of this might be familiar territory for Information Age readers, but it is as engrossing an account of that story as any and establishes.
This book, the first in Castells' ground-breaking trilogy, is an account of the economic and social dynamics of the new age of information. Based on research in the USA, Asia, Latin America, and Europe, it aims to formulate a systematic theory of the information society which takes account of the fundamental effects of information technology on the contemporary world.4/5. Building the Information-Age Organization: Structure, Control, and Information TechnologiesCited by:
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Structuring the Information Age provides insight into the largely unexplored evolution of information processing in the commercial sector and the underrated influence of corporate users in shaping the history of modern by: Life Insurance and Technology in the Twentieth Century.
JoAnne Yates. Structuring the Information Age provides insight into the largely unexplored evolution of information processing in the commercial sector and the underrated influence of corporate users in shaping the history of modern technology. JoAnne Yates examines how life insurance firms—where good record-keeping and repeated use of massive amounts of data were crucial—adopted and shaped information.
Structuring the Information Age makes a major contribution to this literature, establishing itself as the most important work to date on the use of information technology within business. Yates tells the story of life insurance in parallel with the story of information technology within it.
At the intersection of business history and the history of technology, JoAnne Yates looks into how life insurance firms adopted and shaped information-processing technology through most of the 20th century.
Especially useful to her investigation were the rich and varied resources in the Baker Old Class Collection, which includes trade publications, government documents, corporate histories and.
"Structuring the Information Age makes educating reading and is an important contribution to our understanding of the connection between past and present in the transformation of socio-economic. This book allowed for a far deeper understanding of how we process and use information information that comes to us (as well as how and why false information reaches us).
This highlights how in this day and age, we must all be ever vigilant in our critical assessment and belief of everything we hear/see in our never ending pursuit of by: 9. the Information Age is changing our environment and the institutions upon which we depend for our liberty, health, and happiness.
In this first volume, we will examine some of the broader issues of the Information Age: what the Information Age is; how it affects commerce, business, and service; what itFile Size: 1MB.
The book discusses how the global economy is now characterized by the almost instantaneous flow and exchange of information, capital, and cultural communication. These flows order and condition both consumption and production. The networks themselves reflect and create distinctive Size: 6MB.
For example, age underlies the organization of family, educational, work, and leisure institutions and organizations. Many laws and policies structure rights, responsibilities, and entitlements on the basis of age, whether through explicit age-related rules or implicit judgments about the nature of Cited by: This text is a comprehensive introduction to the vital subject of American government and politics.
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Book Description Propaganda in the Information Age is a collaborative volume which updates Herman and Chomsky’s propaganda model for the twenty-first-century media landscape and makes the case for the continuing relevance of their original ideas. It includes an. He has authored 22 books, among which is the trilogy The Information Age: Economy, Society, and Culture, first published by Blackwell in –8, and translated into 20 languages.5/5(1).
Summary: "Structuring the Information Age provides insight into the largely unexplored evolution of information processing in the commercial sector and the underrated influence of corporate users in shaping the history of modern technology.".
M anuel Castells’ trilogy on the Information Age, first published between andwas a phenom- enon—a publishing phenomenon for the simple reason that. -- James W. Cortada American Historical Review Structuring the Information Age examines the history of information technology in the United States by shifting focus away from the producers of that technology and toward a kind of end user that has heretofore received little attention-large-scale corporations, which easily rank among the leading information-technology (it) consumers.
In the s, Francis Crick, the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, was still putting “information” in quotation marks when describing how one protein copied a sequence of nucleic acids Author: Geoffrey Nunberg.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Information age refers to the present generation and time, where there is a proliferation of knowledge, easily accessible at all times.
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