Book “The Internet & Society”: Video Q&A

Students in the seminar “Leadership & Change in a Networked Society“, taught by Jason Guard, at Virginia Commonwealth University have read my book ”Internet and Society: Social Theory in the Information Age”. They produced a YouTube video, in which they asked questions about the book to me. I responded with a video.

The questions were:
1) Which institutional reforms are needed for getting marginalized voices more heard on web 2.0/3.0?
2) How can technology enable those reforms?
3) What are important aspects of learning and group learning in community-oriented Internet technologies?
4) Can the technology that supports global networked capitalism be reformed?
5) Is it desirable and possible to get fully rid of the competitive logic?

You can watch the questions and my answers in the videos below.

Questions:

Answers, part 1:

Answers, Part 2:

Answers, Part 3:

Answers, Part 4:

Answers, Part 5:

Answers, Part 6:

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