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3.70  ·  Rating details ·  359 ratings  ·  27 reviews
Ağ toplumunu kuramlaştıran çalışmalarıyla yaşayan en önemli sosyologlar arasında sayılan Manuel Castells, son beş yıldır dünyanın dört bir yanında patlak veren işgal hareketlerini incelediği bu kitabında toplumsal hareketlerin aldığı yeni biçimleri mercek altına alıyor. İzlanda'da hükümeti değiştiren protestolardan, başta Mısır olmak üzere Arap isyanlarına, İspanya'da ...more
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Published September 2013 by Koç Üniversitesi Yayınları (first published August 20th 2012)
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Razieh Shahverdi
Apr 14, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
خواندن شبکههای خشم و امید نشان میدهد که کاستلز در عین اینکه یکی از مهمترین جامعهشناسان معاصر در حوزهی ارتباطات و فناوری است میتواند مانند هر فرد دیگری تحت تأثیر هیجان جنبشهای انقلابی و امید و خشمشان قرار بگیرد. البته شاید نتوان چندان خردهای به نویسنده گرفت چرا که خودش در مقدمه اذعان میکند که به اصرار اطرافیان و در مدتی بسیار کوتاهتر از زمانی که صرف کتابهای دیگرش کرده این کتاب را نوشته. و به نظر من رویکرد کتاب بیش از اینکه آکادمیک باشد (که البته هست) ژورنالیستی است. علاوه بر اینکه در سال ۲۰۱۲ و ...more
Manuel Castells is a highly cited sociologist of communication who has made a career hyping the progressive potential of, most notably, globalization and the Internet. His key terms are "the information age" and "the network society", which also constitute the core of his newest book: "Networks of Outrage and Hope". In it, he focuses on "social movements in the Internet Age", most notably the various pro-democracy movements in the Arab World (specifically Tunisia and Egypt) and the "Occupy" ...more
Rogerio Mattos
A tough research with reflections on the beginings of occupy movements and arab spring.
Jeffrey Hart
While I liked this book because it attempted to describe and explain a variety of Internet-related social movements of the past decade -- including the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, the Icelandic protests post 2008, and the Spanish anti-austerity campaign -- it got a bit too caught up with the enthusiasm connected with these movements and failed to see some of the major weaknesses that ultimately resulted in disappointment. Indeed, the only completely successful movement of the bunch was the ...more
May 03, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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May 01, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
لم يكن جيدًا بما فيه الكفاية. فكرته واضحة وبسيطة كان يمكن أن يختصر الكثير.
مفيد في التعرّف الأولي على تجارب عالمية أخرى 2.5. وكثير عليه ههههههههههه
Apr 08, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A nice compact book on the social movements in 2011 - Tunisia, Egypt, Spain and the US. The fifth chapter delves into the common 'features' of the movements.
Written from an optimist's viewpoint, who sees the virtues of the social media as tools for social movements to increase their impact and efficacy.
Apr 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
اسم فارسی این کتاب شبکه هاب خشم و امید است..فصل سوم این کتاب که مربوط به ایران هست در نسخه فارسی سانسور شده است اما بهرحال مهمترین قسمت ان چند صفحه اول فصل یک هست....قبل از هر انقلابی باید اون رو بخونید در غیر اینصورت حماقت بزرگی مرتکب میشین....واقعا مهمترین موصع جنبش اجتماعی تو یکی از صفحات اولیه هست که حال داشتم یه روز توضیحش میدم....بقیه کتاب توضیحاتش هست
Atila Iamarino
Apr 10, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Um ótimo livro para entender o que acontece no cenário político e social atual. Tanto no Brasil quanto internacional. A perspectiva de perda de credibilidade da política em geral e o quanto a internet e redes sociais estão contribuindo para isso são bem importantes. Só fica um pouco cansativo pelas extensas descrições do que aconteceu em movimentações sociais em cada país.
Bekir Kuru
Dec 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
İnternet Çağında Toplumsal Hareketler.
Manuel Castells. USA-2012, TR, İstanbul 2013 (1. Baskı) Koç Üniversitesi yayınları, Çeviri: Ebru Kılıç, 311 sayfa.
Her yaştan insanlar korkuyu aşarak siberuzam güvenliğinden çıkıp kent uzamını işgal etmek üzere yola koyuldu.
İktidar zorlama yoluyla (meşru olsun olmasın, devletin kontrolündeki şiddet tekeliyle) ve/veya sembolik manipülasyon mekanizmaları yoluyla insanların zihninde anlamlar yaratılmasıyla icra edilir.
Sadece zorlamaya
Ruth Feathers
Unfortunately, the edition I read was definitely dated, terminating in 2012. If there is an updated version discussing what's happened to the movements he wrote about (Egyptian revolution, "arab spring", the "Occupy movement", I would really like to read it.
Basic understandings of social movements in the age of Technology. I dont buy all of his argument.
Felipe Carvacho
Dec 31, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Una buena guia que busca aclarar más que profundizar, qué motiva y como se gestan los movimientos politicos en esta era de Redes.
Dec 30, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a great introduction to how digital technology affects social movements.
Matt Reed
Jan 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: social-science
In case you have missed it we have just lived through a series of revolutions and uprising - such as those in 1848, 1918-9 and far more profound than those of 1968, but as perhaps important as those of 1989-90. Paul Mason's brilliant book captures some of this (see in what is a ragged but visceral and exciting book. Manuel Castell's attempts the same thing but brings more analytical tools to the task being one of the world's leading theorists of social ...more
Oct 19, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This was a frustrating book. While Castells' work is undeniably interesting, his actual work on social movements leaves something to be desired. I agree that modern networked movements reflect societal moves toward individuation and a distrust of government, for example, but you can support a movement politically while admitting they've been ineffective. He also dances a strange jig with change, saying social movements are the engine of change in society, but he has to hedge on that because, ...more
Duncan McLaren
Oct 01, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: non-fiction
A clear yet challenging read from sociology professor Castells. In Networks of Outrage and Hope he maps the common features of social movements from Iceland to Egypt and Spain to the USA, examining how the Arab Spring and the Occupy movement share similar motivations and are similarly enabled by the intersection of new cyberspace opportunities with the concrete realities of presence in urban space. Despite all the push-back against these movements, Castells' conclusions are ultimately hopeful: ...more
José Luis
Mar 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excelente livro, muito bem embasado em pesquisas do autor, Manuel Castells, considerado a maior autoridade mundial em análise e entendimento de mídias e redes sociais. Os acontecidos entre 2009 e 2012 na Islândia, Tunísia, Egito/Praça Tahir e na Espanha/Plaza de Catalunya, movimentos habilitados por redes sociais, espontâneos, sem liderança, analisados cuidadosamente, com dados levantados e explicados. O autor extrai alguns padrões de comportamento social desses movimentos, comuns a todos eles, ...more
So Hakim
Oct 21, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: sociology, culture
Analyzing the pattern of socmed-inspired social movements around the world, from 2011 to 2014. Plenty of survey data especially in the appendix.

This is basically Castells in brief. Indeed, he himself said it in the acknowledgement:

A short, quick book and less academic than usual . . . a simple book that organizes the debate and contributes to the reflection of the movement and to the broader understanding of these new movements by people at large.

(p. xvi-xvii)

No wonder it feels like an
May 27, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: study
Important book, written at an important time. Describes, without overstating, the role of Internet in society and in social and political change. More importantly, it explains communication and information theories in the context of a new paradigm of communication and a networked society.
May 10, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: non-fiction
Technological determinism meets the kibbutz. Castells looks at the variety of protest movements that spread across the world in the last few years, and sees how the coming together of virtual spaces and physical spaces led to the recasting of democracy.
Ahu Terzi
Jun 23, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
An excellent overview of the recent social movements in various countries, what they share in perspective, and how they may be interpreted. The book also provides a variety of useful links and other resources for further reading if you wish to gain depth in a particular country or topic.
Greg Tilden
Read this book for Slacktivism & Activism: Writing to Change the World. Sparked some good discussions, but the sociological statistics and repetition of the ideas of what I think are fairly simple concepts got very tiring after a while.
Flavio Morgenstern
Communism 2.0. Manipulated and blind.
I don't rate books I read professionally
Lynn Senior
Good read if you want to understand the Arab Spring , as well as some other social movements, better, but he is not great at hiding his biases
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Manuel Castells is Professor of Communication and the Wallis Annenberg Chair in Communication Technology and Society at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, as well as Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Planning at the University of California, Berkeley, Research Professor at the Open University of Catalonia, and Marvin and Joanne Grossman Distinguished ...more

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