The Extension of the Coloniality of Power into Digital Culture by Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott #sssi #sociology #bookreview

A new book review has been published in Symbolic Interaction. Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott discusses Alexander Stingl’s “The Digital Coloniality of Power: Epistemic Disobedience in the Social Sciences and the Legitimacy of the Digital Age“.  The book contributes to a larger programme of research on decoloniality and the social sciences that Stingl describes in some detail on this site. For Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott’s excellent review of the book, please click here.

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