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date: 24 May 2022

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This article shows how cultural studies have been applied to the world of computers. It states that one of the roles of cultural studies is to locate the places in technology and media where it is possible to find forms of social resistance and personal empowerment. This article also discusses several concepts related to computers, such as computational politics, computational sovereignty, computationalism, and computation empires.

Keywords: cultural studies, computers, social resistance, personal empowerment, computational politics, computational sovereignty, computationalism, computation empires

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