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History in a Global Age“, S. 1045. 5 So Lübbe: „Globalisierung“, S. 40. 6 Vgl. z.B. Featherstone: Undoing Culture, S. 114: „[...] the globe is a finite, knowable bounded space“. 7 Vgl. dazu ausführlich Stichweh: „The Eigenstructures of World Society and the Regional Cultures of the World“. KONTROLLE UND ORGANISATION DES RAUMS 153 zusammenhänge wie Politik, Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Recht etc., die heute ausnahmslos als weltweite Kommunikationszusammenhänge (mit lokalen Subsystemen) realisiert sind und deren Dynamik des Über- schreitens räumlicher Grenzen und

removing barriers that exist in the real world, virtu- al worlds offer the opportunity to enhance the interactions that avatars can have between each other, as well as the interactions they may have with the environ- ment around them. This powerful feature makes possible modes and types of in- teraction that is never be supported within the real world. This has the ability to create a sense of empowerment amongst users and offers opportunities to effect change in the behaviors seen in real world society. One important factor affecting the virtual experience is

sympathy (section 3). In the last section (section 4) we will discuss some implications stemming from the adaption of Scheler’s theory to the problem of communication within an interconnected but highly diverse world society. THE LIMITS OF REGULATIVE IDEAS DERIVED FROM NATURE AND REASON Can a specific set of regulative ideas with a particularistic history be generalized as a common, universalistic ground for global solidarity and mutual intersubjec- tive recognition? Or put in other words: do we correctly assume that ethics of common interests and human

Reproduktion, Stuttgart. Meyer, John W. (2005): Weltkultur. Wie die westlichen Prinzipien die Welt durchdringen. Hg. v. Krücken, Georg. Frankfurt a.M. Meyer, John W. (2010): World Society. The Writings of John W. Meyer. Hg. v. Krücken, Georg and Gili S. Drori. New York. Mingione, Enzo/Morlicchio, Enrica (1993): »New Forms of Urban Poverty in Italy: Risk Path Models in the North and the South«. In: Internatio- nal Journal of Urban and Regional Research 17, S. 413­427. Moffett, Matt (1999): »The Real News: Radio Favela Covers Crisis for Bra­ zil Poor«. In: The Wall Street

wider, die im Rahmen der Forschungslinien des ZDES entstehen. Die im Kontext des ZDES betriebene Forschung ist entlang thematischer Forschungslinien (Re- search Areas) organisiert, deren Bearbeitung nur interdisziplinär erfolgver- sprechend ist. Derzeit konzentrieren sich die Forschungsaktivitäten des ZDES auf folgende thematische Research Areas: (1) Network Structures in Germany, Europe and Russia, (2) Creativity, Communities and Public Spaces of German, European and Russian Cities, (3) Civil Society and Participation in Europe sow- ie (4) Europe in World

). Zentral auf Fragen der sozialen Differenzierung in der Weltgesellschaft zielen die Arbeiten zur Emergenz des weltpolitischen Systems (Albert 2016; Research Training Group 2225 »World politics: The emergence of political are- nas and modes of observation in world society«), welche in den letzten Jahren verstärkt durch eine historisch-soziologische Forschungsprogrammatik und entsprechende Forschungsaktivitäten unterlegt wurden (v.a. im Kontext der Sonderforschungsbereiche 584 »Das Politische als Kommunikationsraum in der Geschichte« und 1288 »Praktiken des

every control and guidance system was actually designed that way. Electronic games become a new kind of environment for the players, to which they hook up, become a part of and actively socialize in (as long as they abide by the rules). This is not much different from the socialization process in real-world society. 44 | René Bauer ANALOG LIFE IN GAME MECHANICS Computer games have playfully accompanied, inspired and asserted the trans- formation of our (economically oriented) society into a digital cybernetic and rule-based society. In electronic

-presentation: through art the subject practices self-objectivation and, thus, offers itself to approval or rejection by the world society. So, one could believe that in the age of the Internet the traditional art institutions—with all their rituals of selection and presentation—became obsolete. However, in our time one can see the growth of the museums of contem- porary art all over the world and one registers the fact that the public of the big exhibitions of contemporary art, such as Venice Biennale or Documenta in Kassel, is also permanently growing. Why is it so? If one

in Culture. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK 2016. Bachmann-Medick, Doris: Kulturanthropologie. In: Einführung in die Kultur- wissenschaften. Theoretische Grundlagen – Ansätze – Perspektiven. Hrsg. von Ansgar und Vera Nünning. Stuttgart: Springer 2008. Seite 86-108. Balk, Sabine: Einführung. In: Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit. Monatliches E-Papier. Schwerpunkt: Globale Flüchtlingskrise. Hrsg. von ENGAGE- MENT GLOBAL. Februar 2016. Barakat, Halim: The Arab World: Society, Culture, and State. Berkeley: Univer- sity of California Press 1993. Barbosa, Gustavo B

specific social configuration and cultural repertoire: Firstly, they seem to respond to the highly differentiated and culturally plural contemporary world society of media-driven interconnectivity and space-time-compression. A perceived ‘loss’ of actual presence, secondly, is often seen as propelling discussions of presence as an epistemological category. The contemporary discourse on ‘presence’ acknowledges an epistemic repertoire focusing on materiality, aspects of somatically mediated practices, the immediacy of emotions, pathos, affect, excess, and ecstasy as