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The Digital Age Opens Up New Terrains for Peace and Conflict Research

Josepha Ivanka Wessels

We live in the Information Age, also called the Digital Age, which started with the introduction of the very first personal computer in the 1970s, initiating the Digital Revolution ( Castells 1999 ). When the first personal microcomputer was

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Emotional Encounters and Young Feminine Choreographies in the Helsinki Metro

Heta Mulari

urban story means understanding it not only as a means of commuting but, rather, especially for young people, as a space of control and surveillance because of their age, and a space for creating and maintaining material and digital friendships, as well

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Digital Natives

Making Sense of the Digital Political Landscape and Assessing the Potential for Mobilization versus Apathy

Patrick Readshaw

as they are presented in Table 1 . The Digital Native versus the Digital Immigrant The term “digital native” refers to an individual who is assumed to have a level of competency with computers and digital systems as a result of being born post

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Conceptual Explorations around “Politics”

Thematizing the Activity of Politics in the Plenary Debates of the German Bundestag

Kari Palonen

-vocabulary could provoke rethinking the concept, and we could understand parliamentarians in this respect as “innovative ideologists” in the sense of Quentin Skinner. 3 The since recently available digitalized parliamentary debates open new possibilities for

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Digitality and Political Theory

Mapping a Research Agenda in African Political Thought

Claudia Favarato

The twenty-first century brought humanity into the digital age. The increased introduction and use of technologies connected to the digital sphere is part of a broader technological revolution, dubbed the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ (4IR). 1

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Who is the Digital Sovereign?

Rahel Süß

In the digital age, the ancient question of who should rule has gained new relevance. This article aims to explore the question of who rules in the digital age, with a focus on the concept of the sovereign as the people who self-govern. Unlike

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Ad Fontes Digitales!?

Margins of Representation When Incorporating Medieval Sources into a German Digital History Textbook

Andreas Willershausen

Source Work in Digital Times: Questions for the mBook The uneducated man who envies a person who has excelled in knowledge is not merely to be deemed a fool, but should be counted among the miserable, indeed among the most miserable; and

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Digital Activism, Physical Activism

Malta’s Front Harsien ODZ

Michael Briguglio

June 2015, it organized Malta’s biggest environmental protest with around three thousand to four thousand participants in Valletta, the capital city. The buildup and follow-up to these physical events were carried out through digital media, in terms of

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Towards an Understanding of Digital Nomadic Mobilities

Olga Hannonen

Digital nomads are defined as highly mobile professionals, whose work is location independent. Thus, they work while traveling on a (semi)permanent basis. 1 Digital nomads serve as an example of the development of mobilities brought about by the

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Democratizing the Digital Collection

New Players and New Pedagogies in Three-Dimensional Cultural Heritage

Jane-Heloise Nancarrow

Digital heritage carries the potential to unmoor images from their material forms and surroundings and thereby offer novel forms of revitalization, reintegration, and possession.” ( Phillips 2011 ) Like many technologies of the “new museum,” three