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Selected texts by Manuel Castells ( this texts are available only for my students and ex students in Development Planning Unit (University College London) and Education for Sustainability Programme (London South Bank University):

1.-  "A Network Theory of Power."
International Journal of Communication." Vol. 5. April 2011. pp 773-778.

2.- “Globalisation, Networking, Urbanisation: Reflections on the Spatial Dynamics of the Information Age."
Urban Studies.

Urban Studies.
Sage. November 2010. pp 2737-2745

3.- “The Structure and Dynamics of Global Multi-Media Business Networks”.
International Journal of Communication Vol 2, 2008. pp 707-748. (with Amelia Arsenault).

4.- “Switching Power: Rupert Murdoch and the Global Business of Media Politics: A Sociological Analysis”
International Sociology, Jul 2008; vol. 23: pp. 488 - 513. (with Amelia Arsenault)

5.- The New Public Sphere: Global Civil Society, Communication Networks, and Global Governance.”
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 616, No. 1, 78-93 (2008).

6.- “Communication, Power and Counterpower in the Network Society.”
International Journal of Communication. Vol. 1. 2007. pp 238-266.

7.- “Conquering the minds, conquering Iraq: the social production of misinformation in the United States – a case study,”
in Information, Communication & Society, volume 9, number 3,
June 2006, pages 284-308 (with Amelia Arsenault).

8.- "Informationalism, Networks, and the Network Society: A Theoretical Blueprint"
Text published in
Manuel Castells (editor)
The network society: a cross-cultural perspective,
Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2004

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