David J. Krieger

David J. Krieger (Prof. Dr. habil. habil.), social scientist and philosopher, is a co-founder and co-director of the institute for Communication & Leadership, a private research and training institution, in Lucerne. He is author of many scientific articles and books and director of various MAS and MBA programs. His main areas of research are communication theory, systems theory, theories of new media, intercultural communication, network theory, organization theory, and digital ethics and philosophy. In 2000 he co-founded the institute for Communication and Culture at Universität Luzern, where he was also awarded the habilitation in science of religions and in communication science.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Digital and Social Media, Essays, Essays, Media Studies, Sociological Theory, Sociology, Sociology of Economy, Organization, Labor, and Industry, Sociology of Gender and the Body, Sociology of Media, Sociology of Science, Technology, and Environment, Theory of Media

Publications in the Series: body cultures, Digital Society, Science Studies, Sociology

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Network Publicy Governance
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Network Publicy Governance

On Privacy and the Informational Self

This book analyzes the conflict between a data driven society and the demand for protection of individual freedom by means of privacy – and formulates a new theory of the informational self.
Organizing Networks
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An Actor-Network Theory of Organizations

In the digital age, organizations are not anonymous systems operating behind the backs of individuals. Instead, they are scalable actor-networks guided by network norms of connectivity, flow, communication, participation, authenticity and flexibility.
Interpreting Networks
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Interpreting Networks

Hermeneutics, Actor-Network Theory & New Media

From the ashes of postmodern deconstruction there are
arising networks in all areas of society. This book brings together hermeneutics, actor-network theory and new media studies to create a vision for the global network society.

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