Call for abstracts: The Network Society Today Workshop

Call for abstracts: The Network Society Today

Manuel Castells The Information Age Trilogy has been one of the most influential works to understand the societal change in the awake of the digital revolution of the last decades.  It is, as Frank Webster (2002: 97) points out, one[…]

Ideas and practices for non-ageist research in a digital world AgeismArticlesICTInterdisciplinariety

Ideas and practices for non-ageist research in a digital world

Masked under the veil of rigor and objectivity, scientific research on older and younger generations often replicates ageist assumptions, going unnoticed and remaining unchallenged. Researchers from the life sciences have noted the homogenizing and excluding[…]

Going global, thinking globally: How do we do it? ArticlesLiterary StudiesSocial Networks

Going global, thinking globally: How do we do it?

Frank Schätzing’s novel The Swarm is a massive, science-fiction novel that presents an apocalyptic world where the ocean has raised against human beings in response to their abuse in oil drilling, toxic waste dumping, and[…]

Young women’s interest in STEM: Why should we worry? ArticlesInterdisciplinarietyWomen

Young women’s interest in STEM: Why should we worry?

Many girls are reluctant to choose Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines related to computer science, engineering and hard sciences. In fact, and according to the Spanish Ministry of Education (MECD, 2018), during the[…]

Welcome to the IN3! ArticlesInterdisciplinariety

Welcome to the IN3!

This blog is an open window to disseminate our research work in the network society. This blog is thus created as a medium to allow the IN3 community to share our work, our research questions,[…]