TITLE

ORGANIZATION IN CONTEMPORARY PUBLIC SPHERE

AUTHOR(S)
HAINES, Rosemarie
PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
USV Annals of Economics & Public Administration;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p265
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The critical analysis of Habermas' Public Sphere Theory and the comparative undertaking to the current day enables us to assert that in contemporary society, public sphere is no longer a political public sphere, this dimension being completed by a societal dimension, the public sphere has extended and now we can talk about partial public spheres in an ever more commercial environment. The new rebuilding and communication technologies create a new type of public character: the visible sphere - non-located, non-dialogical and open. Information and communication are more and more involved in the restructuring of capitalism on an international scale and the reorganization of leadership and management systems. The reevaluation of the public sphere, public opinion, communication allows us to define public sphere according to the profound mutations from today's democratic societies.
ACCESSION #
94733318

 

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