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Normfare: Norm Entrepreneurship in Internet Governance

Normfare: Norm Entrepreneurship in Internet Governance

Matthias C. Kettemann, Roxana Radu, Trisha Meyer und Jamal Shahin schreiben in dieser Sonderausgabe des Journal Telecommunications Policy über normensetzende Akteure in Internet Governance. Hierzu tragen sie Beiträge aus verschiedenen theoretischen Blickwinkeln zusammen, um den Einfluss von Plattformen, Staaten, der Zivilgesellschaft, Expertengruppen und Schlüsselpersonen auf die Umstrukturierung der normativen Ordnung des Internets zu analysieren.

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Abstract
This special issue is the first to systematically address the activity we call “normfare” - the assiduous development of norms of very different character (public and private, formal and informal, technically mediated and directly implemented) by different actors (platforms, standard-setters, states) as an answer to the wide range of challenges facing internet governance. We bring together contributions from leading anthropologists, technologists, political scientists, legal and communication scholars exploring how norms underpin the new ordering of the internet, whether in explicit or implicit forms. Through various theoretical lenses, contributions analyze the impact of platforms, states, civil society, expert groups and key individuals on restructuring the normative order of the internet, and present empirical evidence for instances of norm creation, legitimation, contestation and opposition. Valuable new insights for norm development processes come from case studies, ethnographies, legal and discourse analysis and interdisciplinary approaches locating agency and power plays. In this introduction, we define the key concepts applicable to norm entrepreneurship and discuss their interplay in internet governance debates, followed by an overview of the articles included in the special issue. In the final section, we reflect on the implications of our new research agenda.
  
Radu, R.; Kettemann, M. C.; Meyer, T.; & Shahin, J. (2020): Normfare: Norm Entrepreneurship in Internet Governance. Telecommunications Policy, Vol. 45, No. 6, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.telpol.2021.102148

Normfare: Norm Entrepreneurship in Internet Governance

Matthias C. Kettemann, Roxana Radu, Trisha Meyer und Jamal Shahin schreiben in dieser Sonderausgabe des Journal Telecommunications Policy über normensetzende Akteure in Internet Governance. Hierzu tragen sie Beiträge aus verschiedenen theoretischen Blickwinkeln zusammen, um den Einfluss von Plattformen, Staaten, der Zivilgesellschaft, Expertengruppen und Schlüsselpersonen auf die Umstrukturierung der normativen Ordnung des Internets zu analysieren.

Artikel als PDF downloaden
 

Abstract
This special issue is the first to systematically address the activity we call “normfare” - the assiduous development of norms of very different character (public and private, formal and informal, technically mediated and directly implemented) by different actors (platforms, standard-setters, states) as an answer to the wide range of challenges facing internet governance. We bring together contributions from leading anthropologists, technologists, political scientists, legal and communication scholars exploring how norms underpin the new ordering of the internet, whether in explicit or implicit forms. Through various theoretical lenses, contributions analyze the impact of platforms, states, civil society, expert groups and key individuals on restructuring the normative order of the internet, and present empirical evidence for instances of norm creation, legitimation, contestation and opposition. Valuable new insights for norm development processes come from case studies, ethnographies, legal and discourse analysis and interdisciplinary approaches locating agency and power plays. In this introduction, we define the key concepts applicable to norm entrepreneurship and discuss their interplay in internet governance debates, followed by an overview of the articles included in the special issue. In the final section, we reflect on the implications of our new research agenda.
  
Radu, R.; Kettemann, M. C.; Meyer, T.; & Shahin, J. (2020): Normfare: Norm Entrepreneurship in Internet Governance. Telecommunications Policy, Vol. 45, No. 6, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.telpol.2021.102148

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