Individuals, normativity and urban spaces : critical perspectives on digital gouvernance

Abstract : This chapter focuses on the digitized individual, the use of their identity and processes of identification as social and political facts. There are a number of actors - public or private - whose nature, social and political roles and functions need to be analyzed, and who are involved in new ways of managing urban territories. The chapter provides information on some tools to capture the systemic aspects of the construction of individual identities, including on a comparative level, from a political sociology perspective. It shows that the territorial element is a decisive axiological point in the context of the ongoing cybernetic revolution. The chapter highlights certain principles of cybernetic rationality. It is through them the blocks of normativity will be created, which redefine new structures of social and political spaces.
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Gabriel Périès. Individuals, normativity and urban spaces : critical perspectives on digital gouvernance. Digital identities in tension : between autonomy and control, 5, ISTE, Wiley, pp.127 - 153, 2019, Interdisciplinarity, science and humanities series. Innovation and responsibiliy set, 978-1-7863-0411-7. ⟨10.1002/9781119629610.ch3⟩. ⟨hal-02263756⟩



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