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A Network Theory of Power

@inproceedings{Castells2011ANT,
  title={A Network Theory of Power},
  author={M. Castells},
  year={2011}
}
1. Networking Power: the power of the actors and organizations included in the networks that constitute the core of the global network society over human collectives and individuals who are not included in these global networks. 2. Network Power: the power resulting from the standards required to coordinate social interaction in the networks. In this case, power is exercised not by exclusion from the networks but by the imposition of the rules of inclusion. 3. Networked Power: the power of… 

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