Table of contents for The Internet on earth : a geography of information / Aharon Kellerman.


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Preface.  
Acknowledgments.  
1. Contexts.  
Information and Knowledge.  
The Information Society.  
The Information Economy.  
Information Politics.  
Information Law.  
Conclusion.  
2. Basics.  
The Scope of Information Geography.  
Space.  
Place.  
Conclusion.  
3. Technology.  
Information and Technology.  
Technology and Flows.  
Knowledge - Innovation - Technology.  
Information Technology Regions.  
Conclusion.
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4. Production.  
Information Volumes and Origins.  
The Internet: Evolution and Structure.  
A Conceptual Framework for Information Production.  
Ranking Urban Centers of Information Production.  
Global Centers: New York and Los Angeles.  
IT R&D Information Production.  
Conclusion.  
5. Contents.  
Content Demand and Location.  
Capital as Information.  
E-Commerce and Location.  
Geographic Language.  
Conclusion.  
6. Transmission.  
The Internet Backbones.  
Flows.  
U.S. Leadership in Telecommunications.  
Conclusion.  
7. Media.  
Leading Nations.  
The Digital Divide.  
Conclusion.  
8. Consumption.  
Social Uses of the Internet.  
Internet Consumption in Cities.  
Use and Location.  
Broadband.  
Conclusion.  
9. Beyond.  
Challenges.  
Geography of Information.  
Geography of Information?  
References.  
Glossary of Abbreviations.
Index. 


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Internet, Web sites Location, Cyberspace, Infomation services Location, Information society