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reposition themselves and their tactics. The article argues that data activism supports the emergence of novel epistemic cultures within the realm of civil society, making sense of data as a way of knowing the world and turning it into a point of intervention and generation of data countercultures. It offers the notion of data activism as a heuristic tool for the study of new forms of political participation and civil engagement in the age of datafication, and explores data activism as an evolving theoretical construct susceptible to contestation and revision

Revolutionäre Realpolitik für Care und Klima
Feminismus - Geschlechterverhältnisse - Kultur. Tunesisch-deutsche Perspektiven
Series: Gender Studies
Kritische Perspektiven auf die britische Antiterrorstrategie
Series: Gender Studies
Frauenbewegung und Inklusionspolitiken im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert
Series: Gender Studies
Eine Studie über Geschlechterkonstruktionen in biographischen Erzählungen
Series: Gender Studies
Schritte in eine solidarische Gesellschaft

mutual recognition—which presupposes free persons capable of entering into independent and open-ended relationships, and the idea of an objective will aimed at the common good. On the one hand Hegel promotes free recognition that creates relations in the family and civil society as self- sufficient and self-purposive forms, and on the other he uses the concept of the state as a whole that sublates and totalizes these individual and particu- lar instances of social life. This can be seen by how Hegel relates morality and personality (two modern phenomena) to the

Hegemonie“.6 Das Thema der kulturel- len Hegemonie verweist dann auf die Frage, wie sich populistischer Inter- ventionen auf die Struktur einer zivilen Sphäre auswirken, denn wie die He- gemonietheoretiker Ernesto Laclau und Chantal Mouffe feststellen: „hege- monic rearticulations start at the level of civil society“.7 In der hier verfolgten kultursoziologischen Perspektive ist im Folgenden einerseits zu fragen, wel- ches die makrostrukturelle Konstellation ist, innerhalb welcher der Populis- mus heute auftritt und andererseits, wie eine – als ein übergreifendes Kollek

DCS | Digital Culture and Society | Vol. 3, Issue 1 | © transcript 2017 DOI 10.14361/dcs-2017-0112 “There Simply Is No Unified Hacker Movement.” Why We Should Consider the Plurality of Hacker and Maker Cultures Sebastian Kubitschko in Conversation with Annika Richterich and Karin Wenz Sebastian Kubitschko is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research (ZeMKI) at the University of Bremen in Germany. His main research fields are political communication, social movements and civil society organisations. In order