(Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Üniversitesi)
Yıl: 2020Cilt: 9Sayı: 1ISSN: 1694-7215 / 1694-7215Sayfa Aralığı: 562 - 572İngilizce

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Cybernetics of Technology, Education and Politics in Technological Societies
Understanding any regime requires an appreciation of the abstract political and philosophical conflicts and disputes that underpin the national constitution, history and characteristic way of life. In this sense, social cybernetics is the concept of manipulation and control, and it has been reincarnated and awakened into new shapes within technological society. This study thereby focuses on the mobility of the governance of social cybernetics upon technology, education, and politics in the global political economy. This paper addresses the fundamental social cybernetics concerns through the political and philosophical history of technological development to argue whether or not the democratic principles have been globally and inappropriately rejected for the purpose of manipulation and control of the public. This paper inquiries into the background and reasoning behind the use of these new techniques, which have been orchestrated for the persistence of establishing a form of plutocratic technocratic governance existing under the guise of democratic international relations
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