Gun Sense: Past, Present and Future

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Fast-paced change in modern societies, however, makes traditional knowledge less and less helpful in making good choices. Looking to make a prediction about the path of tech companies and mobile social networks, Nel, the former CTO of the mobile instant messaging company Mxit, enrolled as a Sloan Fellow at MIT. This is for you if... you are interested in the nature of political economy and want to bring together insight from two of the fundamental disciplines in social science.

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Publisher: Jon Britton; 1 edition (January 21, 2014)

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