Table of contents for High technology, space, and society / edited by Manuel Castells.
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PART ONE: OVERVIEWS
High Technology, Economic Restructuring, and the Urban-Regional Process in the United States - Manuel Castells
High Technology, Space, and Society in Contemporary Britain - Peter Hall
PART TWO: THE NEW INDUSTRIAL SPACE
The Location of High Technology Industries - Amy Glasmeier
Silicon Valley and Route 128 - Annalee Saxenian
Regional Prototypes of Historic Exceptions?
Defensive Cities - Ann Roell Markusen and Robin Bloch
Military Spending, High Technology, and Human Settlements
PART THREE: THE TRANSFORMATION OF SERVICES
The Changing Fortunes of Metropolitan Economies - Thomas M Stanback Jr
Office Automation and Women's Work - Barbara Baran
The Technological Transformation of the Insurance Industry
Information Technology and the New Services Game - Larry Hirschhorn
PART FOUR: THE COMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTION
Communications Technology - Lionel Nicol
Economic and Spatial Impacts
The New Media - Francoise Sabbah
PART FIVE: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
Technological Determination and Determinism - Richard A Walker
Industrial Growth and Location
Technology and Spatial Production Relations - Michael Storper
Disequilibrium, Interindustry Relationships, and Industrial Evolution
Studying Technology and Social Life - Claude S Fischer
PART SIX: ALTERNATIVES
Which 'Good Technology'? - Doreen Massey
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Technology -- Social aspects -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Space in economics -- Addresses, essays, lectures.