<ul><li>Global Networks publishes high quality, peer - reviewed research on global networks, transnational affairs and practices, and their relation to wider theories of globalization . The journal provides a forum for discussion, debate and the refinement of key ideas in this emerging field . The international team of editors are committed to open and critical dialogue and encourage the reasoned scrutiny of claims about the coming shape of the world . Contributions are drawn mainly from anthropology, geography, international political economy, business studies and sociology, but they also include history, political science, international relations, cultural studies and urban and regional studies . </li></ul>
Types of Network LANs ( Local Area Network ) A LAN is a network usually confined to a small geographical area. This can be a building Or a college campus.
MANs ( metropolitan Area Networks ) A MAN covers an area larger than a LAN and smaller than a WAN
WANs (Wide Area Networks) WANs connect multiple LANs and MANs that are located in different Places.
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