PART ONE: THE MEANING AND POLITICS OF THE `COMMUNICATION REVOLUTION'
Ideology and Discourses of the "Information Society"
A Political Economy of Communications
PART TWO: THE SOCIAL HISTORICAL PROCESS
Historical Perspectives on Communications
Mass Consumption, Mass Communications and Politics
PART THREE: POLITICAL ISSUES IN THE `INFORMATION SOCIETY'
Modern Power Structures and the Means to Communicate
Privatizing the Ether
Regulation, Deregulation and Information Apartheid
PART FOUR: THE GLOBAL DIMENSIONS OF THE `INFORMATION SOCIETY'
The Third World Meets the `Third Wave'
PART FIVE: CONCLUSIONS
Communication, Technology and Politics