In what follows, some contemporary narratives about ‘the information society’ are interrogated from critical race theoretical and decolonial perspectives with a view to constructing a ‘counter-narrative’ purporting to demonstrate the embeddedness of coloniality – that is, the persistent operation of colonial logics – in such discourses.
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Decolonizing Information Narratives: Entangled Apocalyptics, Algorithmic Racism and the Myths of History
Published: 07 June 2017 by MDPI in DIGITALISATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY session The Difference That Makes a Difference
Keywords: narrative; information society; colonialism; decolonial thought; critical race theory; apocalyptic worldviews; algorithmics; history; Big Data; Internet of Things; ubiquitous computing