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Smashing Catalan media patriarchy using digital tools ArticlesgenderInternetSocial NetworksWomen

Smashing Catalan media patriarchy using digital tools

By Marta Roqueta-Fernàndez, doctoral candidate of the IN3’s GenTIC group.   Over the last ten years, Catalonia and Spain have witnessed a revitalization of their vibrant – and increasingly plural – feminist movement. Feminists have[…]

Analyzing the future of humanity and technology ArticlesScience and Technology Studies

Analyzing the future of humanity and technology

  Antonio Calleja, researcher and coordinator of the Technopolitics research unit of the IN3’s Communication Networks & Social Change (CNSC) group, has recently published a fascinating article on transhumanism, technological humanism and posthumanism. The piece,[…]

Manuel Castells: “I’ll redo a lot of things, I haven’t finished yet” ArticlesICTInternetSocial Networks

Manuel Castells: “I’ll redo a lot of things, I haven’t finished yet”

Translated into over 20 languages, The Information Age is an international standard for understanding how society has changed as a result of the digital revolution and the globalization of the economy. This trilogy of books[…]

Women and digitalization: reducing the digital gender gap ArticlesgenderScience and Technology StudiesWomen

Women and digitalization: reducing the digital gender gap

Interview with Milagros Sainz, principal investigator of the IN3’s Gender and ICT group (GenTIC) and expert in social psychology of gender differences in STEM career pathways and digital competences   Technology is increasingly prevalent and[…]

Looking back at Castells’ trilogy, The Information Age ArticlesICTInternetWorkshop

Looking back at Castells’ trilogy, The Information Age

The year 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the publication of the first volume of the The Information Age trilogy authored by Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) Professor of Sociology, Manuel Castells. It is one of the most influential works for[…]