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’s expectation of the imminent emergence of ‘ chatur citizens’ as an indication of a ‘process of decolonization from the hegemonic power of the national programme through the rhetorical subversion of smart citizenship’ (ibid.: 417) seems overstated. Relying on ‘a speech,act’, a vision, to suggest that

In: Asiascape: Digital Asia

of designers embedded in platform technologies. us -based platforms have influenced locally based platforms with the formation of a corporate sphere in ways that are more substantial for capital accumulation and the expansion of hegemonic power. The us -made digital platforms have functioned as

In: Asiascape: Digital Asia