Economies of Signs & Space (SAGE Publications, 1994) by Scott Lash and John Urry is an account of social change in post-industrial economies.
The study examines social inequality and changing experiences of time, space, culture, travel, the environment and globalization. Through a comparative analysis of the UK and USA, Germany and Japan, Lash and Urry show how restructuration after organized capitalism has its basis in increasingly reflexive social actors and organizations. The consequence is not only the much-vaunted ‘postmodern condition’ but a growth in reflexitivity.
– Scott Lash and John Urry, Economies of Signs & Space (SAGE Publications, 1994), excerpt from the book description
The text is in English. The book has no illustrations.
The copy in our stock is in usable condition. The pages have pencil underlinings and notes; there is a signature on the first flyleaf. The glueing of the binding is fine, and the covers show some slight shelf wear.