정보기술의 세계정치
과학기술의 국제정치 강의시리즈 (1)


강의목표/내용

수업진행

성적평가

강의교재

강의순서

강사 홈페이지


서울대학교 외교학과 
대학원 세미나
(2001년 2학기)

  • 강의시간: 2:00-5:00

  • 담당강사: 김 상 배


강의목표 및 내용:

     본 세미나의 목적은 정보기술의 발달로 인해 야기되는 군사안보, 정치경제, 사회문화의 변화를 국제정치이론적 시각에서 검토함으로써 정보화시대의 세계정치를 분석하는 데 있다.  강의의 초점은 정보기술의 발달에 의해 제기된 세계정치의 ‘권력정치’와 세계정치의 ‘활동주체’의 변화에 두어질 것이다.  다시 말해, 정보기술의 발달이 “국민국가의 부국강병 추구”로서 요약되는 근대 국제정치의 기본메커니즘을 어떻게 변형시키는가를 중심으로 본 세미나의 토론이 진행될 것이다.  관련 주제의 보다 심층적인 이해를 위해 정보혁명에 대한 역사적, 개념적, 이론적 검토에서부터 시작하여, 현실공간과 사이버공간에서 벌어지는 정보기술의 세계정치를 구체적인 사례를 통해 살펴볼 것이다.


수업진행:

     발표와 토론 (제1부는 해당 주제의 이해를 위한 자유토론 방식, 제2부와 제3부는 학기말 보고서의 주제와 연결하여 담당자가 발제하고 토론을 진행하는 방식)


성적평가:
 

     발표와 토론 (50%); 학기말 보고서 (50%)


강의교재:

  • 필수교재: 아래에서 각 주별로 제시된 책과 논문들

  • 참고교재: 전자신문 또는 디지털신문과 같은 전문지 또는 정보기술의 세계정치를 다룬 일반지


강의순서:

1부 정보기술의 이해

 

1. 강의소개

 

2. 정보기술의 역사적 이해

·         Langdon Winner, Do Artifacts have Politics? Daedalus, 109, pp.121-36; also in Donald Mackenzie and Judy Wajcman, (eds.), The Social Shaping of Technology, (Buckingham: Open University Press, 1985), pp.28-40

·         David S. Landes, Homo Faber, Homo Sapiens: Knowledge, Technology, Growth, and Development, Contention, 1(3), (Spring 1992); also in Dale Neef, (ed.), The Knowledge Economy, (Boston, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1998), pp.53-73

·         Jeffrey A. Hart and Sangbae Kim, Power in the Information Age in Jose V. Ciprut, ed., Of Fears and Foes: Security and Insecurity in an Evolving Global Political Economy, (Westport, Conn.: Praeger), ch.3, pp.35-58

·         Peter F. Drucker, Post-Capitalist Society, (New York: HarperBusiness, 1993), ch.1, pp.19-47; also in Neef, ed. (1998), pp.15-34

·         W. Brian Arthur, Increasing Returns and the New World of Business, Harvard Business Review, July/August, (1996), pp.100-109; also in Neef, ed. (1998), pp.75-94

 

3. 정보기술의 국제정치학적 이해

·       Michael Talalay, Chris Farrands, and Roger Tooze, eds., Technology, Culture and Competitiveness: Change and the World Political Economy, (London and New York: Routledge, 1997) chaps. 2-4, pp.13-57

·       Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Power and Interdependence in the Information Age, ” Foreign Affairs, 77(5), (1998), pp.81-94

·       Shumpei Kumon and Akihiko Tanaka, From Prestige to Wealth to Knowledge, in Takashi Inogichi and Danie I. Okimoto, (eds.), The Political Economy of Japan, Vol.2, (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1988), pp.64-82

·       Stephen J. Kobrin, Back to the Future : Neomedievalism and the Postmodern Digital World Economy, Journal of International Affairs, (Spring 1998), pp.361-86

·       Timothy W. Luke, From Nationality to Nodality: How the Politics of Being Digital Transforms Globalization, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, September, 3-6, 1998

·       David Rothkopf, Cyberpolitik: The Changing Nature of Power in the Information Age, Journal of International Affairs, (Spring, 1998)

 

4. 계획서발표

 

 

2부: 정보기술의 세계정치 I: 富國强兵을 넘어서


5. 정보화시대의 전쟁과 외교 및 안보

·      John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, Information, Power, and Grand Strategy: In Athenas Camp, Stuart J. D. Schwartzstein, ed., The Information Revolution and National Security: Dimensions and Directions, (Washington, DC: The Center for Strategic & International Studies, 1996), ch.13

·      Joseph. S. Nye, Jr. and William A. Owens, Americas Information Edge, Foreign Affairs, March/April, 1996

·      Jeffrey R. Cooper, Diplomacy in the Information Age: Implications for Content and Conduct, in Barry Fulton, (ed.), Diplomacy in the Information Age, Special Issues by iMP Magazine, (July 2001)

·      Karen T. Litfin, “Public Eyes: Satellite Imagery, the Globalization of Transparency, and New Networks of Surveillance,” in James N. Rosenau and J.P. Singh (eds.) Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, forthcoming in 2001)

·      Ronald J. Deibert, “Circuits of Power: Security in the Internet Environment,” in James N. Rosenau and J.P. Singh (eds.), (forthcoming in 2001)

 

6. 정보기술경쟁의 세계정치경제

·      Jeffrey A Hart, Stefanie A. Lenway and Thomas P. Murtha, Technonationalism and Cooperation in a Globalizing Industry: The Case of Flat-Panel Displays, in Aseem Prakash and Jeffrey A. Hart, (eds.), Coping with Globalization, (London and New York: Routledge, 2000), ch.5, pp.117-47

·      Jeffrey A. Hart, Not a Pretty Picture: The Politics of Advanced Television, Unpublished Book Manuscript, chaps.1 & 9, pp.1-22; 279-96

·      Sangbae Kim and Jeffrey A. Hart, “The Global Political Economy of Wintelism: A New Mode of Power and Governance in the Global Computer Industry,” in James N. Rosenau and J.P. Singh (eds.) Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, forthcoming in 2001)  

·      김상배, 정보기술경쟁의 국제정치경제 : 새로운 개념화의 모색,  한국정치학회 (편), {정보사회의 정치: 새로운 패러다임의 모색} (오름, 2001)

 

7. 지적재산권의 세계정치경제

·      Chris Farrands, “The Globalization of Knowledge and the Politics of Global Intellectual Property: Power, Governance and Technology,” in Eleonore Kofman and Gillian Youngs, (eds.), Globalization: Theory and Practice, (Pinter, 1996), ch.13, pp.175-87

·      Susan K. Sell, “Structure, Agents and Institutions: Private Corporate Power and the Globalization of Intellectual Property Rights,” in Richard A. Higgott, Geoffrey R.D. Underhill and Andreas Bieler, (Eds.), Non-State Actors and Authority in the Global System, (London and New York: Routledge, 2000), ch.5, pp.91-106

·      Susan K. Sell, “Intellectual Property Protection and Antitrust in the Developing World: Crisis, Coercion, and Choice,” International Organization, 49(2), (Spring 1995), pp.315-49

·      Marci A. Hamilton, The TRIP Agreement: Imperialistic, Outdated, and Overprotective, in Adam D. Moore, (ed.), Intellectual Property: Moral, Legal, and International Dilemmas, (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1997), pp.243-63

·      Michael P. Ryan, Knowledge Diplomacy: Global Competition and the Politics of Intellectual Property, (Washington, DC: Brookings Institute Press, 1998) ch.8,

·      Steven Weber, The Political Economy of Open Source Software, BRIE Working Paper, #140, (June 2000)

 

8. 인터넷의 세계정치경제

·      Brian Kahin, The U.S. Information Infrastructure Initiative: The Market, the Web, and the Virtual Project, ” in Brian Kahin and Ernst Wilson, eds., National Information Infrastructure Initiatives: Vision and Policy Design, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997), pp.150-89

·      A. Michael Froomkin, “The Internet as a Source of Regulatory Arbitrage,” in Brian Kahin and Charles Nesson, eds., Borders in Cyberspace: Information Policy and the Global Information Infrastructure, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997), pp.129-63

·       Joel R. Reidenberg, Governing Networks and Rule-Making in Cyberspace, in Brian Kahin and Charles Nesson, eds., Borders in Cyberspace: Information Policy and the Global Information Infrastructure, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997), pp.84-105

·       Robert Shaw, Internet Domain Names: Whose Domain Is This? in Brian Kahin and James H. Keller, eds., Coordinating the Internet, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997), pp.107-34

·       Craig Simon, “Internet Governance Goes Global,” in Vendulka Kubalkova, Nicholas Onuf, and Paul Kowert,  (eds) International Relations in a Constructed World (M.E. Sharp, 1998) chap.7; 147-69

  

9. 정보기술과 세계문화정치

·      John Tomlinson, Cultural Imperialism: A Critical Introduction, (Baltimore, Maryland, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991), ch.1, pp.1-33

·      Benjamin R. Barber, Jihand vs. McWorld  (New York: Random House, 1995), chaps.6-8, pp.88-136

·      Aida A. Hozic, “Uncle Sam goes to Siliwood: Of Landscapes, Spielberg and Hegemony,” Review of International Political Economy, 6(3), (September, 1999)

·      David Morley and Kevin Robins, Spaces of Identity: Global Media, Electronic Landscapes and Cultural Boundaries, (London and New York: Routledge, 1995), chaps. 1-2, pp.10-42

·      Tony Porter, “The Late-Modern Knowledge Structure and World Politics,” in Martin Hewson and Timothy J. Sinclair, (eds.), Approaches to Global Governance Theory, (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1999), ch.7, pp.137-56

 

10. 중간발표

 

3부: 정보기술의 세계정치 II: 국민국가를 넘어서


11. 정보화시대의 국가 1: 대내적 차원

·      Margaret Sharp, “Industrial Policy in a Global Environment,” in Peter Gourevitch and Paolo Guerrier, (Eds.), New Challenges to International Cooperation: Adjustment of Firms, Policies and Organizations to Global Competition, (University of California, San Diego, International Relations and Pacific Studies, 1993), ch.7, 197-232

·      John de la Mothe and Paul R. Dufour, “Techno-Globalism and the Challenges to Science and Technology Policy,” Daedalus, 124(3), (1995), pp.219-35

·      Ellen L. Frost, Horse Trading in Cyberspace : U.S. Trade Policy in the Information Age, ” Journal of International Affairs, 51(2), (Spring 1998)

·      Sangbae Kim and Jeffrey A. Hart, “Technological Fitness: An Evolutionary  Model of Change in the International Political Economy,” in William R.    Thompson, (ed.), Evolutionary World Politics (New York: Routledge, forthcoming in 2001)

·      Sangbae Kim, “Hardware Institutions for Software Technologies: The Limits of Institutional Adjustment Strategies in the Japanese Computer Industry,” Unpublished Manuscript, (2000)

 

12. 정보화시대의 국가 2: 대외적 차원

·       Richard N. Rosecrance, The Rise of the Virtual State: Wealth and Power in the Coming Century (1999)

·      Elaine Ciulla Kamarck and Joseph S. Nye, Jr. (eds.), democracy.com? Governance in a Networked World, (Hollis, NH: Hollis Publishing, 1999), pp.133-96

·       Eric Helleiner, “Electronic Money: A Challenge to the Sovereign State?” Journal of International Affairs, 51(2), (Spring, 1998), pp.387-409.

·      Ingrid Volkmer, Universalism and Particularism: The Problem of Cultural Sovereignty and Global Information Flow, in Brian Kahin and Charles Nesson, eds., Borders in Cyberspace: Information Policy and the Global Information Infrastructure, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997), pp.48-83

 

13. 동아시아 정보기술질서

·       Mitchell Bernard and John Ravenhill, Beyond Product Cycles and Flying Geese: Regionalization, Hierarchy and the Industrialization of East Asia, World Politics, 47(2), (January 1995)

·       Walter Hatch and Kozo Yamamura, Asia in Japans Embrace: Building a Regional Production Alliance, (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996), chs.1,2, pp.3-40

·       Jeffrey Henderson, Electronics Industries and the Developing World: Uneven Contributions and Uncertain Prospects, in Leslie Sklair, (ed.), (Lodon and New York: Routledge, 1994), pp.258-59

·       Gary Gereffi, Capitalism, Development and Global Commodity Chains, in Leslie Sklair, (ed.), (1994), pp.211-31 

·       Dieter Ernst, From Partial to Systemic Globalization: International Production Networks in the Electronic Industry, BRIE Working Paper, #98, (1997)

 

14. 정보기술과 글로벌 거버넌스

·      Jessica T. Mathews, Power Shift: The Age of Non-State Actors, Foreign Affairs, Jan/Feb, (1997)

·      Karen T. Litfin, Environmental Remote Sensing, Global Governance, and the Territorial State, in Martin Hewson and Timothy J. Sinclair, (eds.), Approaches to Global Governance Theory, (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1999), ch.4, pp.73-96

·      Adam Jones, Wired World: Communications Technology, Governance and the Democratic Uprising, in Edward A. Comor, (ed.), The Global Political Economy of Communication: Hegemony, Telecommunication and the Information Economy, (New York: St. Martins Press, 1994), ch.8, pp.145-64

·      Brian D. Loader, (ed.), Cyberspace Divide: Equality, Agency and Policy in the Information Society, (London and New York: Routledge, 1998), pp.19-56

·      Edward A. Comor, “ Governance and the Nation-State in a Knowledge-Based Political Economy, in Martin Hewson and Timothy J. Sinclair, (eds.), (1999), pp.117-34

 

15. 학기말발표


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