First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
|Series editor's preface|
|Pt. I||Virtual states: theory and practice||1|
|1||W(h)ither the state?||3|
|Pt. II||The developing world||25|
|3||Hungry, thirsty and wired||27|
|4||Sovereignty, boundary making and the Net||44|
|5||Culture and the Other on the Internet||57|
|Pt. III||The developed world||69|
|6||Process: the key to the Cyborg||71|
|8||The @ of war||97|
|Pt. IV||Internet and society||119|
|9||Virtually real/really virtual||121|
|10||Internet censorship: US, Europe and Australia||135|
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Great read by an author who obviously has a passion about the way in which society is driven at both the eleite and general levels by bandwidth. I thoroughly enjoyed the read.