Practicing Sovereignty

Digital Involvement in Times of Crises

Digital sovereignty has become a hotly debated concept. The current convergence of multiple crises adds fuel to this debate, as it contextualizes the concept in a foundational discussion of democratic principles, civil rights, and national identities: is (technological) self-determination an option for every individual to cope with the digital sphere effectively? Can disruptive events provide chances to rethink our ideas of society – including the design of the objects and processes which constitute our techno-social realities? The positions assembled in this volume analyze opportunities for participation and policy-making, and describe alternative technological practices before and after the pandemic.

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27 December 2021, ca. 430 pages
ISBN: 978-3-8394-5760-3
File size: ca. 12.16 MB

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Book title
Practicing Sovereignty Digital Involvement in Times of Crises
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
ca. 430
Features
40 Farbabbildungen
ISBN
978-3-8394-5760-3
Commodity Group
1585
BIC-Code
AK JPHV JFD HP
BISAC-Code
DES008000 POL007000 SOC052000
THEMA-Code
AK JPHV JBCT QD
Release date
27 December 2021
Topics
Gesellschaft, Zeitdiagnose, Internet, Design
Readership
Design, Design Theory, Design Research, Political Science, Artistic Research, Sociology, Media Studies, Art Studies, Cultural Studies
Keywords/Tags
Digital Sovereignty, Digital Literacy, Activism, Privacy, Crisis, Design, Diagnosis of Our Time, Internet, Democracy, Media Philosophy, Social Inequality

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