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Accepted Paper:

Returning to the social  
James Cuffe (University College Cork)

Paper short abstract:

This reflection focuses on the impositions of the technological on our social fabric- particularly with critical view on the '4th industrial revolution' and so called "smart city" thinking through the themes of shared spaces and times. Using preliminary ethnographic evidence from Dingle in the southwest of Ireland, this talk provides an example of how new technologies can be socialised facilitating communities to arise and mitigate negative social effects from those same technologies. Such patterns can overcome instrumental or substantivist viewpoints on the impact of the technological, returning it to the social.
Panel PlenA
Shared Space and the Common Good: Local Committee Plenary
  Session 1