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by Harry Bouwman

eBook Broadband Communication: A Special Issue of trends in Communication ePub
Author: Harry Bouwman
Language: English
ISBN: 0805896066
ISBN13: 978-0805896060
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 1, 2003)
Pages: 104
Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 418
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ePub file: 1395 kb
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A Special Issue of trends in Communication. Published May 1, 2003 by Lawrence Erlbaum.

This fine collection of "community of practice" papers shows a variety of perspectives and applications on a new organizational phenomenon. H. Scarbrough, J. Swan, Knowledge Communities and Innovation.

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This book was originally published as a special issue of Popular Communication.

Harry Bouwman, Bart Van Den Hooff, Lidwien Van de Wijngaert. How best can we understand why the application of information and communication technology in organizations succeeds or fails?

Harry Bouwman, Bart Van Den Hooff, Lidwien Van de Wijngaert. How best can we understand why the application of information and communication technology in organizations succeeds or fails? Calling on technical, organisational, social, psychological and economic perspectives, this book provides a fresh and comprehensive framework for answering this question. Consideration is given to how ICT is adopted, implemented and used within organizations. Throughout special features will help readers clarify their understanding.

Wireless communications have become invaluable in the modern world. The market is going through a revolutionary transformation as new technologies and standards endeavor to keep up with demand for integrated and low-cost mobile and wireless devices

Wireless communications have become invaluable in the modern world. The market is going through a revolutionary transformation as new technologies and standards endeavor to keep up with demand for integrated and low-cost mobile and wireless devices. Due to their ubiquity, there is also a need for a simplification of the design of wireless systems and networks

Broadband communications consists of the technologies and equipment required to deliver packetbased digital voice, video, and data services to end users.

Broadband communications consists of the technologies and equipment required to deliver packetbased digital voice, video, and data services to end users.

We celebrate his insight in this special issue of the journal Tullock founded

We celebrate his insight in this special issue of the journal Tullock founded. Tullock’s idea was eventually dubbed rent seeking (Krueger 1974). And in the bizarre world of a rent-seeking market many of the normal rules of economics are turned on their head. In James Robinson and Daron Acemoglu’s article, the authors of the acclaimed book explaining why some nations fail while others prosper (Acemoglu and Robinson 2012), place Gordon Tullock’s seminal insight at the center of their story. Robinson and Acemoglu (2019) argue that rent seeking, in the guise of ‘extractive institutions,’ provides the dominant explanation for patterns of comparative development.

In Section . "Issues and Trends in Film", you learned that blockbuster films rely on certain predictable elements to attract audiences. Think about recent blockbusters like Alice in Wonderland, Avatar, and Pirates of the Caribbean and consider the following: What elements do these films have in common?

It is clear that many questions can be raised with regard to broadband. This issue of Trends in Communication discusses some of them from several different perspectives. The issue begins with a discussion on the adoption of broadband in the United States and Korea by looking into technological, policy, and cultural factors. The second article discusses the Singapore city-state policy with regard to broadband as the most recent step in policy toward an intelligent island and a knowledge-intensive society. The next example describes the diffusion of broadband in Japan, as well as the diffusion on mobile broadband--Internet via telephone, third generation mobile, and WLAN initiatives. In addition, the specific role of the PC-Bang in Korea and the PC-Bang culture--raising the issue of possible negative effects of Internet games via broadband--are discussed. Finally, some critical questions are raised with regard to the consequences of unequal adoption of broadband.
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