Post Industrial Society

Some articles on industrial, society:

2005 Industrial Design Excellence Awards
... The Industrial Design Excellence Awards is a program sponsored by BusinessWeek and the Industrial Designers Society of America ("IDSA") ... Return to Industrial Design Excellence Awards ...
Narita, Chiba - Areas - Industrial Areas
... There are two main industrial zones in Narita Nogedaira (野毛平?) and Toyosumi (豊住?) ... Technologies, is located in the Taiei industrial estate ...
IOI
... International Ombudsman Institute IOI Group, IOI Corporation, industrial gas manufacturing in Malaysia, property development (Marriott Putrajaya Hotel and Palm Garden Hotel in ...
2006 Industrial Design Excellence Awards
... The Industrial Design Excellence Awards is a program sponsored by BusinessWeek and the Industrial Designers Society of America ("IDSA") ...
Development of The Information Society Model
... people to develop the concept of the information society was the economist Fritz Machlup ... Japanese have also studied the information society (or johoka shakai, 情報化社会) ... The issue of technologies and their role in contemporary society have been discussed in the scientific literature using a range of labels and concepts ...

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