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While many urban scholars acknowledge the im-portance of justice and participation for emerging smart city initiatives, these dimensions remain inad-equately addressed in critical literature. To strengthen the smart city critique, in this conceptual intervention we employ the theory of justice developed by philosopher Nancy Fraser, organized along the domains of redistribution, recognition, and representation. Using Fraser's tripartite framework of justice, we reformulate and expand thedoi:10.31235/osf.io/wkqy2 fatcat:u6qkkcojundmvev524pu3cjbe4