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《Journal of Northeastern University(Social Science)》 2006-04
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Two-dimensional Analysis of Networked Society

LIU Bao~1,XIAO Feng~2(1.Institute of Science and Public Affairs,China Youth University for Political Sciences,Beijing 100089,China;2.School of Politics and Public Administration,South China University of Technology,Guangzhou 510640,China)  
Within the "technical-society" framework the manifestations of "information gap" are taken as the foundation to express the two dimensions of a networked society: the implementation of network and information.In view of their connotation,the three closely-related aspects are crucial to the two dimensions,i.e., networking the information channels,providing the society with more informative means and the networked logic thinking embedded deeply in both the network and information.The difference between network and information is that the former is a phenomenal,physical,fundamental,and quantifiable dimension,whereas the latter is an essential,institutional,upgraded and qualifiable one.Based on such definitions of the two dimensions,a conclusion is drawn that the key to building a network society is not only to get access to web sites but,more important,to ensure the high quality of information contents.
【CateGory Index】: C912
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