European cybercultures: between the mix and idiosyncrasy. The role of interconstitutionality
Keywords:Culture, cyberculture, European Union, interconstitutionality, reflexive interaction
The process in which constitutions mutually influence and reflect each other and what the European Union project is in between has become increasingly evident. It is therefore important to understand how this happens and what consequences it has. This process is reflected in national cultures, both in legislation and in the political and social strategies defined at various levels, such as mobility, sustainability, consumption of goods and services, among many others. With the development and social implementation of Information and Communication Technologies, cyberculture has come to stand alongside and to accompany culture. This means new rules, regulations, behaviours, attitudes, lifestyles and traditions. Cyberspace is a privileged environment for the creation, consumption and sharing of cyberculture, a space of collective intelligence. The dialectic of interconstitutionality contributes to enhancing the different European cybercultures, which do not cancel each other out. On the contrary, they elevate each other.
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