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He is co-editor of Local Parties in Political and Organizational Perspective (1999). His latest research focuses on the sociocultural implications of computer networks and digital communication where he develops a sociological theory of the mobile phone. Geser’s main interests include the sociologies of work, organization, politics, and international relations.
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Geser, H. Is the cell phone undermining the social order?: Understanding mobile technology from a sociological perspective. Know Techn Pol 19, 8–18 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12130-006-1010-x