Gesellschaft als Netzwerk

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Einführung in Konzepte aktueller Netzwerktheorien (small worlds problem, scale free networks, threshold and cascades) und deren Anwendung in soziale und kulturelle Fragestellungen, insbesondere Fragen des Raumes (space of flows, Architektur).

- Grundformen der Organisation


SNM, Raum 203

Di. 28.03. - Fr. 31.03, 2006 jeweils 10:00-17:00


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Castells, Manuel (2004). *Der Aufstieg der Netzwerkgesellschaft. Das Informationszeitalter, Band 1* (trans: Reinhard Kössler). Opladen, Leske + Budrich, pp. 466-473, pp. 479-484

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Watts, Duncan (2003). *Six Degrees: The Science of a Connected Age.* New York, W.W. Norton, pp. 83-91, pp. 220-252