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1 introduction the significance of the internet
1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

1 introduction the significance of the internet 2 flows are uneven and patterned
1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

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1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

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1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

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1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

sustaining the local

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

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1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

sustaining the local

4. Flows are not simply from core to periphery

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

slide10

1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

sustaining the local

4. Flows are not simply from core to periphery

But are more varied and nuanced

5. The nature of new global networks

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

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1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

sustaining the local

4. Flows are not simply from core to periphery

But are more varied and nuanced

5. The nature of new global networks

Networks are increasingly transcending space

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

slide12

1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

sustaining the local

4. Flows are not simply from core to periphery

But are more varied and nuanced

5. The nature of new global networks

Networks are increasingly transcending space

Global interconnections have implications for culture and identities

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

slide13

1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

Sustaining the local

4. Flows are not simply from core to periphery

But are more varied and nuanced

5. The nature of new global networks

Networks are increasingly transcending space

Global interconnections have implications for culture and identities

6. Conclusion: the continuing salience of the nation state

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

slide14

1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

sustaining the local

4. Flows are not simply from core to periphery

But are more varied and nuanced

5. The nature of new global networks

Networks are increasingly transcending space

Global interconnections have implications for culture and identities

6. Conclusion: the continuing salience of the nation state

What’s new about shrinking time and space?

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003

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1. Introduction: the significance of the Internet

2. Flows are uneven and patterned

Sustaining global power interests

3. The Internet reinforces local identification

Bringing the local to the global and

sustaining the local

4. Flows are not simply from core to periphery

But are more varied and nuanced

5. The nature of new global networks

Networks are increasingly transcending space

Global interconnections have implications for culture and identities

6. Conclusion: the continuing salience of the nation state

What’s new about shrinking time and space?

Presentation to CRICS6, Puebla, Mexico, May 2003