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How have technological change and the rise in organised networks affected international order? William Brown, Senior Lecturer in Government and Politics, is joined by fellow Open University lecturers Dr Simon Bromley and Dr Helen Yanacopulos to investigate the key issues through recent events such as the 'Jubilee 2000 debt campaign’ and the financial crisis of 2008, along with a look at traditional political ideals such as Marxism and Capitalism. This material forms part of The Open University course DU301 A world of whose making?

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

  • Duration 25 mins
  • Updated Wednesday 28th April 2010
  • Posted under Sociology
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Track 1: Technology, networks and international order

A short introduction to the album.

© The Open University 2010

Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 Technology, networks and international order    A short introduction to the album. Play now Technology, networks and international order
2 Technological revolutions    Helen Yanacopulos and Simon Bromley discuss technological revolutions and waves of innovation. Play now Technological revolutions
3 The benefits of ICT's    Simon Bromley and William Brown discuss the benefits and development of ICT's (information and communication technologies). Play now The benefits of ICT's
4 A global civil society    Helen Yanacopulos looks at the idea of a global civil society. Play now A global civil society




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