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Following an introductory analysis of each shared meta-technological space, the book examines the impact of biotechnology on how we understand information in human communication, meta-technologies and the law, and communicative dimensions of biotechnology and power. The diversity of perspectives offered by the contributors - who draw on theories from communication, cultural studies, sociology, information science, economics and law - makes clear that informational meta-technologies are transforming the subject matter and context for research and scholarship across the social sciences.
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Sandra Braman is a full professor in the Department of Communication at Texas A&M University.
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