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Welcome to the new website of the Annenberg Research Network on Globalization and Communication. The launch of this website introduces a number of the current ARNGC programs, including current member research projects and proposed future events sponsored by the ARNGC. As you explore the site, be sure to check out the new Global Reach program -- part of the ARNGC effort to build a truly global community of globalization and communication research.

Approaching Terror: Networks and the Bush War on Terror
Monday, October 24, 2005 12:00 pm - USC Annenberg Room 207
The School of Communication presents a research presentation and discussion featuring Michael Stohl, communication professor, UC Santa Barbara. The title of his talk is "'Approaching Terrorism: Networks and the Bush War on Terror." Prof. Stohl's talk "will identify the incongruities between what communication scholars know about organizational network dynamics and the appropriation of network concepts and terminology by the Bush administration to devise strategies and tactics for addressing terrorism." Lunch will be served. 12 noon. Annenberg Room 207.

The Annenberg Network on Globalization and Communication is also currently planning a conference to be held at the University of Southern California. The conference is scheduled for Spring 2005. Check back soon for more information on the conference, including scheduled guest speakers and specific program details. ...more

 

Global Network Organizations: Emergence and Future Prospects
by Janet Fulk... more

Manuel Castells holds the Wallis Annenberg Chair in Communication Technology and Society at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He is, as well, Research Professor at the Open University of Catalonia in Barcelona, and Professor Emeritus of Sociology and of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. ...more

 
       
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