post-industrial

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post-industrial

[ˌpəʊstɪnˈdʌstrɪəl] ADJposindustrial
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(3) Post-industrialism, as a concept, has been similarly invoked to characterize shifts in the configuration of capitalism and class, albeit through radically divergent interpretations by conservatives and Marxists alike.
Thus, Robe goes to considerable lengths equating anarchism with the rise of neoliberal post-industrialism as he tracks video-making through the 1980s-1990s and into the new millennium.
For anyone who is interested in the issue of how the day-to-day practices of post-industrialism impact upon our environment, studying Meyer's Engaging the Everyday can be advised without any reserve.
Inequality is considered in the larger context of capitalism, post-industrialism, and globalization.
On knowledge she is lined up against theorists of post-industrialism and the knowledge society, though here one wonders whether her sporadic forays into the relationship between science and society lead to conclusions that are that startling: science as technology was increasingly difficult to contain within the limits provided by law or morality (121).
I have used Lyotard's argument in The Postmodern Condition as a basis for an approach from radical political economy to knowledge capitalism that focuses on post-industrialism, in order to put the case that education and knowledge increasing become part of a globally IWC which is structured through emerging global information systems and new media networks (Peters, 2012b; see also Peters, 1996).
Miller moves quickly through topics such as post-industrialism, globalisation, information society, produsage, digital surveillance, public sphere and online spaces, digital divide, cyber warfare, virtual communities, networked individualism, phatic communication and posthumanism.
Arrangement is according to broad themes that include: post-industrialism before Bell, alternative views, economic issues, political issues, the information society and technology, the university, surveillance, and the environment, among other topics.
Typically this has been within the context of post-industrialism, the emergent global new economy and urban design-led development solutions.
His other publications include Cultural Hegemony and African American Development; Racism, Health, and Post-Industrialism: A Theory of African-American Health; and Roots of Afrocentric Thought: A Reference Guide to Negro Digest/Black World, 1961-1976.
They include (uneven) transition to post-industrialism, globalization, and migration.
There must be something primeval in this attachment to place--an attachment that has obviously survived the millennia, notwithstanding industrialism, post-industrialism, and the enormously complex laws that now characterize property ownership and its loss.