Transparency in global change the vanguard of the open society

By: Holzner, BurkartContributor(s): Holzner, LeslieMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: Pittsburgh, PA University of Pittsburgh Press 2006Description: viii, 397 p. 23 cmISBN: 0822942747; 0822958953; 9780822958956Subject(s): Freedom of information | Social change | Transparency in government | Chính phủ | Quản lý | Thông tin | Xã hộiDDC classification: 352.8
Contents:
The culture shift to transparency -- The rise of transparency : some historical turning points -- Perspectives on transparency : linking several fields of knowledge to one social fact -- Information cultures in transformation : the secrecy and t
Summary: Transparency in Global Change examines the quest for information exchange in an increasingly international, open society. Recent transformations in governments and cultures have brought about a surge in the pursuit of knowledge in areas of law, trade, professions, investment, education, and medical practice—among others. Technological advancements in communications, led by the United States, and public access to information fuel the phenomenon of transparency...
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-374) and index.

The culture shift to transparency -- The rise of transparency : some historical turning points -- Perspectives on transparency : linking several fields of knowledge to one social fact -- Information cultures in transformation : the secrecy and t

Transparency in Global Change examines the quest for information exchange in an increasingly international, open society. Recent transformations in governments and cultures have brought about a surge in the pursuit of knowledge in areas of law, trade, professions, investment, education, and medical practice—among others. Technological advancements in communications, led by the United States, and public access to information fuel the phenomenon of transparency...

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