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Aneignungsweisen des Publikums«. In: Hoff/Wiedemann (Hg.): Serie, S. 19-27. Mikos, Lothar (1998): »Die Inszenierung von Privatheit: Selbstdarstellung und Diskurspraxis in Daily Talks«. In: Herbert Willems/Martin Jurga (Hg.): Insze- nierungsgesellschaft: ein einführendes Handbuch. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, S. 435-451. Saul, John Ralston (1993): Voltaire’s Bastards: The Dictatorship of Reason in the West. New York: Vintage Books.

- ture in four dimensions: space and time. Our department is thus insisting on the impossible. It has chosen a new paradigm combining design, science, and engineering. It attracts new kinds of students who are able to combine these areas of knowledge and skills in their work. This aim is also supported by our project-driven teaching model, although time and space limitations 17 Saul, J.R.: Voltaire’s Bastards: The dictatorship of Reason in the West, The Free Press, 1992. K. Overbeeke, S. Wensveen, C. Hummels, J. Frens and P. Ross 201 DQI Interaction Design

Fürst (Hg.), Prämiert und ausgeschieden. Dokumentation eines IRS- Sammlungsbestandes zu Städtebaulichen Wettbewerben in der DDR 1946- 1976, =IRS Regio doc 2, Erkner 1999 (= Fürst) Mary Fulbrook, Anatomy of a Dictatorship. Inside the GDR 1949-1989, Oxford 1995 (= Fulbrook 1995) Dies., Ein ganz normales Leben. Alltag und Gesellschaft in der DDR, Darmstadt 2008 (= Fulbrook 2008) Christof Geisel, Auf der Suche nach einem dritten Weg. Das politische Selbstver- ständnis der DDR-Opposition in den 80er Jahren, Berlin 2005 (= Geisel) Peter Gerlach/Kurt Milde, „Zur

notion of dealing with their own nation in historical writing. Implying that Yugoslavia was a continuous dictatorship without periods of liberalization and changes, or periods of weakening control, they argued that historiography in that time was ideologized, but rejected any assumptions that they themselves might also have been ideologized in some ways when writing their texts. A lack of a balanced approach to the subject becomes evident when they emphasized that researchers of all historical periods had been under ideological pressure, ignoring the fact that

.), ANThology. Ein einführendes Handbuch zur Akteur-Netzwerk-Theorie, Bielefeld, 545-559. Cannell, Fenella (1995): The Power of Appearance, in: Rafael, Vincente (Hg.), Discrepant Histories. Translocal Essays on Filipino Culture, Philadelphia, 223-258. Cannell, Fenella (2001): Power and Intimacy in the Christian Philippines, Cambridge. Caoili, Manuel A. (1999): The Origins of Metropolitan Manila. A Political an Social Analysis, Quezon. Carandang, Ricky (2002): Towards Benevolent Dictatorship? in: Newsbreak 1/2002, 18. Carandang, Ricky (2004): Shrinking Middle Class, in

), S. 265. Cook, Sarah/Graham, Beryl: Rethinking Curating: Art after New Media, Cambridge Mass.: MIT Press 2010. Dan, Calin: „The Dictatorship of Good Will“, in: Nettime 10.5.1997, http://www.nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-9705/msg00050.html 316 | MEDIENKUNST ALS NEBENPRODUKT Daniels, Dieter: „Was war die Medienkunst? Ein Resümee und ein Aus- blick“, in: Claus Pias (Hg.), Was waren Medien?, Zürich: Diaphanes 2011, S. 57–81. DiMaggio, Paul J./Powell, Walter W.: „The Iron Cage Revisited: Institu- tional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in

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. In: Cube. 3., 2018. URL: https://wp.uni-passau.de/cube/2018/01/31/digi tale-oeffentlichkeiten/ (zuletzt abgerufen am: 15.03.2019). Bobbio, Norberto 1989: The Great Dichotomy: Public/Private. In: Bobbio, Norberto (Hg.): Democracy and Dictatorship. The Nature and Limits of State Power. Minnea- polis, S. 1-21. Dolata, Ulrich/Schrape, Jan-Felix 2013: Vorwort. In: Dolata, Ulrich/Schrape, Jan-Felix (Hg.): Internet, Mobile Devices und die Transformation der Medien. Radi- kaler Wandel als schrittweise Rekonfiguration. Berlin, S. 7-8. Flaxman, Seth u.a. 2016: filter

solved within the framework of the Western welfare states in the 1950s and 1960s, in the vein of Schöneberg. However, the image of the fi nal solution (!) in those years was based on a sharp demarcation between the Western experience in unifying nation states (the trinity of the liberal, the social and the democratic), and the image of a Communist threat where the social was linked to dictatorship and totalitarianism. Whereas John Maynard Keynes became the icon of the Western model based on virtues and fi ctions such as the rational management of the economy and

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.: Blackwell. Friedrich, C. J. and Z. K. Brzezinski. 1965. Totalitarian Dictatorship and Autocracy. Second, revised edition. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Gleason, A. 1995. The Inner History of the Cold War. New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press. Habermas, J. 1976. Können komplexe Gesellschaften eine vernünftige Identität ausbilden? In Zur Rekonstruktion des Historischen Materi- alismus, by J. Habermas, 92-126. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp. Habermas, J. 1984. The Theory of Communicative Action. Volume I. Reason and the Rationalization of Society. Boston: Beacon