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Affirmative and Alternative Discourses and Practices of Knowledge Production and Distribution in Turkey

  • Mehmet OkyayuzEmail author
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Part of the Prekarisierung und soziale Entkopplung – transdisziplinäre Studien book series (PSETS)

Abstract

Over the last decades, digitisation as a form of knowledge production and distribution has become the topic of a multitude of discursive actions, political-ideological practices and research areas. Whereas in the beginning ‘technical/technological’ patterns and mechanisms were emphasised, starting from a supposed ‘value-neutral’ technical-scientific approach, the social notions and impacts of this process have increasingly shaped the debate. This includes the concerns of digital means as means of political organisation and questions of perspectives for a counter-hegemony.

Keywords

Political movements Political action Knowledge Emancipation Turkey 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Political Science and Public AdministrationMiddle East Technical UniversityAnkaraTurkey

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