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Saskia . Sassen
Universidad de Chicago


En el presente artículo la autora discurre sobre la construcción y distribución de conocimiento en un mundo en el que el auge de las tecnologías digitales contrasta con la posibilidades no digitales. La relación del conocimiento no queda limitada a dichos desarrollos, sino que se hace más compleja cuando a esta dinámica realidad conteporánea se allegan otros elementos como la movilidad global y la permanencia en un territorio; órdenes espaciotemporáles que aunados a los factores socioculturales dan continuidad a la distinción entre lo global y lo nacional.

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