Planet Management: Limits to Growth, Computer Simulation, and the Emergence of Global Spaces

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Northwestern University Press, 1999 - Social Science - 131 pages
Planet Management is a study of, and contribution to, the history of "globality"--the emergence of a complex organization of politics, economics, and culture at a planetary rather than a national level. Drawing on historical archival research as well as recent theoretical work in science studies and critical theory, the book tell the story of the central role of technoscientific discourses and practices in the emergence of globality.

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