Analysis Of “ Communication And The Transformation Of Economics” By Robert E. Babe Chapter 1 4

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In chapters five through nine of Change of State: Information, Policy, and Power by Sandra Braman, the information policy principles found in the United States Constitution are assessed and the influence that they have on the identity, structure, borders, and progression (of the state and on the individuals, communities, and organizations that make it up) are discussed. Braman presents current law, trends and penalties of several information policy issues for each category it affects. In this part of the book Braman defines how information policy affects identity and the structure of society. Furthermore an in depth analysis of how new borders is defined and then furthers the creation of new ...view middle of the document...

170). This is an example of indirect policy. Linked systems are when individual technologies can be linked with each other. Analytical systems occur when social and technology are united for the resolves of strategy and analysis. Personal systems are the information environment built by users. These technological systems represent how all technology is part of our social and material world. For the smooth functionality of today’s society, technology is essential.
In chapter seven, the borders of the United States are discussed. Government borders are weakening as technology becomes more advanced. This chapter shows the conflict that the increase of technology creates for governments. Braman states, “new information technologies are being used to protect the borders of the USA while, on the other hand, the Internet and the emergence of e-commerce have produced a borderless global 'state', which the USA has difficulty (like any other government) in controlling,” (Wilson 2008). Although the government prospers from increased technology their control on society is continually diminishing. Braman cites that, “the role of innovation in national competitiveness has changed. National boundaries are rapidly losing significance as natural domains within which innovations are generated, so the ability...

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