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COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE

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communication Visibility
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control Visibility
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individual Visibility
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institutions Visibility
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interdependence Visibility
knowledge Visibility
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liberty Visibility
life world Visibility
logic of dominion Visibility
loneliness Visibility
mass media Visibility
mediation Visibility
mistrust Visibility
money Visibility
myths Visibility
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networks Visibility
new forms Visibility
new media Visibility
new values Visibility
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opinion Visibility
participation Visibility
passage Visibility
perception Visibility
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politicisation Visibility
politics Visibility
popular sovereignty Visibility
positions Visibility
power Visibility
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public Visibility
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risk Visibility
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society Visibility
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space Visibility
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technological Visibility
technologies Visibility
technology Visibility
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active within their networks
affirmation of individualism
affirmation of utilitarianism
choices are less collective
choices are more individual
civil society in which politics
Communication in times of crisis
Communication perturbs development
Communication together with knowledge
Communication is both social process
Communication is both technology
crisis isn't only of economy
crisis of representation
crisis but is also of society
crisis but is also of western rationality
deficit of political
deficit of social
democratic systems based on lack of definitition
democratic systems featured by politicisation
democratic systems based on popular sovereignty
de-responsibilisation of social actors
development of democratic systems
disaggregation in perception
disappearing of mediation
economy causes emergence
economy weakes global production system
economy causes passage
economy weakes workers'
emancipation process increased freedom
emancipation process increased rights
emancipation process weakened sense of belonging
emancipation process weakened social ties
emergence of political economy of insecurity
epoch marked by affirmation
epoch marked by deficit
epoch marked by fragmentation
epoch marked by mistrust
epoch marked by perception
ethic of sacrifice
finance deprives politics
formal ???? institutions
fragmentation of belief systems
fragmentation is cultural
fragmentation as well as fragmentation
fragmentation is political
fragmentation is social
fragmentation of systems of belonging
globalisation containing contradictions
globalisation of economy
globalisation of finance
globalisation manifested by new forms
globalisation containing radicalizations
globalisation in which two drivers
informal ???? institutions
instrumental rationality characterized by choices
instrumental rationality expressed by disaggregation
instrumental rationality characterized by logic of dominion
interconnected economy in which politics
interdependence both economic
interdependence both technological
knowledge is recognised as common good
knowledge could contribute to rapprochement
knowledge is recognised as resource
knowledge sharing fueling networks
lack of definitition between equality
lack of definitition between liberty
loneliness recognizable by obsessive need
mass media dominating public
mediation between life world
mediation between system
mistrust towards formal
mistrust towards informal
myths of productivity without workers
myths of sovereign individual
negative deregulation of social actors
networks of protection
networks of social promotion
new forms of interdependence
new media dominating public
new values are consumption
new values are money
obsessive need of communication
obsessive need of visibility
passage from risk
passage from work
perception of loneliness
perception of precariousness
perception of space
perception of time
political ???? participation
politicisation of public sphere
politics of control
politics need to act on social media & networks
positions of power
public forming of debate
public forming of opinion
public sphere affected by disappearing
public sphere reduced only to representation
public sphere is system
rapprochement between civil society
rapprochement between power system
rapprochement defining the re-establishing
re-establishing less asymmetrical social relationships
re-establishing that means strengthening
resource able to re-establishing
risk ???? society
sense of belonging as well as systems of belonging
social ???? participation
social actors must be instead active
social actors must be instead crically aware
social actors must be instead informed
social actors competing for positions
social media & networks as technologies
social process should be also knowledge sharing
social process of social actors
society changed by disaggregation
society in which emancipation process
society featuring an epoch
society missing ethic
society that is fashioned by myths
society where new values
solution as any problem
sovereign individual caused de-responsibilisation
sovereign individual hasn't duties
sovereign individual caused negative deregulation
sovereign individual has only rights
strengthening of public opinion
system is autopoietic
system changed by interconnected economy
technologies that aren't for control
technologies that are for cooperation
technology as mass media
technology as new media
technology is falsely believed as solution
two drivers are facing each other fragmentation
two drivers are facing each other interdependence
western rationality expressed by globalisation
western rationality connected with instrumental rationality
work ???? society
workers' ???? rights
workers' ???? tutelage