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TECNOSCIENZA Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies
The 'smart city' is likely one of the most unbearable current policy discourses and frameworks not just due to its technological determinism. Hence we are interested in exploring alternative narratives on 'smart cities' by proposing two main 'moves' from conventional perspectives. The first one involves considering a wider range of actors and logics than those usually considered in descriptions of smart cities. This does not just imply paying attention to grassroots organizations and privatefatcat:xocs2wlj2jdnrcmfebjqb2z6lm