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Another possibility is discussed under the label of ‘resilience’. See Hans Liljenström and Uno Svedin, ‘Bridges, Connections and Interfaces – Reflections on the Meso Theme’ in Liljenström and Svedin (eds) Micro, Meso, Macro. Addressing Complex Systems Couplings (London: World Scientific 2005), pp. 317–30. 43. Paul N. Edwards, ‘Modernity and Infrastructures: Force, Time and Social Organization in the History of Sociotechnical Organizations’ in Misa, Brey and Feenberg (eds) Modernity and Technology (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press 2003), pp.
63. Communication by Design: The Politics of Information and Communication Technologies (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1996), pp. 44–74. See the classical study of Elihu Katz and Daniel Dayan, Media Events. The Live Broadcasting of History (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press 1994). Nick Couldry, Media Rituals. A Critical Approach (London/New York: Routledge 2003), p. 56. : Campus 1992). Bryan Pfaffenberger, ‘Technological Dramas’, Science, Technology & Human Values, 17(3) (1992), p. 286.
But many experts believed European vitality could be made useful again by applying it to constructive tasks beyond the scope of what isolated nation states could achieve. Consequently, Africa acted as an extension of Europe that should re-establish the balance among colonial and non-colonial powers. 31 He argued that European integration should not make detours around Africa. Senghor added that Africa actually was a ‘natural addition’ to Europe. ‘Eurafrica’, however, should not look like the totalitarian ‘Eurafrica’ that Hitler had envisioned, but more like a democratic and brotherly association.