PART I: THINKING THE NETWORK
Chapter 1: The Network as Method for Organizing the World
Chapter 2: The Privatization of Social Life
Chapter 3: Computers as Socializing Tools
Chapter 4: Acting Inside and Outside the Network
PART II: UNTHINKING THE NETWORK
Chapter 5: Strategies for Disrupting Networks
Chapter 6: Proximity and Conflict
Chapter 7: Collaboration and Freedom
PART III: INTENSIFYING THE NETWORK
Chapter 8: The Limits of Liberation Technologies
Chapter 9: The Outside of Networks as a Method for Acting in the World
About the author
Ulises Ali Mejias is assistant professor of communication studies at the State University of New York, College at Oswego.
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