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Booy and Arkooby  with use of bakhtin Theory and then with referring to Bertalnfi and Boolding theory, recall the new approach as cybernetic and especial emphasize to en and the necessity of the system communication environment and feed back for adaptation to the environment and the other specification, as the third cybernetic revolution superior that open systems theory there are different definition for cybernetic that include: The useful science of organization  of cybernetic is the ability of helming and conducting or the ability of managing (Ru2010) in this research, cybernetic science emphasizes the communication and control with using systemic thinking in such a system, the communication and control necessitate the maintaining the balance of system.
By this score, Hong Kong University Press's World Weavers: Globalization, Science Fiction, and the Cybernetic Revolution is a successful, if imperfect, confection.
World Weavers: Globalization, Science Fiction, and the Cybernetic Revolution.
In the best retelling of the Frankenstein story to date, "Blade Runner" also deals with the marginalization of humanity itself in the age of the cybernetic revolution and supranational corporatism.
The process of change which I call the cybernetic revolution is continuing apace.
In terms of technology Birmingham has led the world both in the industrial revolution and the cybernetic revolution.