He has resisted the view that the Information society is radically new, insisting on the primacy of continuities and consolidations of established trends. He wrote a Luddite analysis of Information Technology with Kevin Robins in the early s that was one of the first book-length critiques of optimistic analyses of computer and telecommunications technologies.
He has often drawn attention to the dark sides of informational developments, especially the military dimensions.
He has adopted the concept of Information War to examine the changing information environment of recent wars. A much expanded 4th edition of Theories of the Information Society appeared in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This biography of a living person relies too much on references to primary sources.
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Frank Webster (sociologist)
Students are introduced to the most significant theories and guided through the major social developments which have shaped our lives. He joined the Department in September He lectures on political theory, teaching undergraduate courses on political thought, democracy, freedom, justice and the community and on global political theory on the Masters programme in International Politics.