Julgeoleku kogukonnad küberruumis
Julgeoleku kogukonnad küberruumis, Sisekaitseakadeemia, Ramon Loik.
Julgeoleku kogukonnad küberruumis
Security Epistemic Communities in Cyberspace
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Since the series of original research - carried on mainly by Peter Haas (1990a, 1990b, 1992a, 1992b, 2001) - the term 'epistemic communities' appeared for social studies to refer a significant role of expertize-based formats within the (re-)production of relevant (policy) knowledge and transition. The growth, as well as some rising criticism about the academic conceptualization of such an epistemic communities indicates the promising approach to define and explain the 'missing link' between understanding how the transnational integrative policies are both constructed and implemented as recently also demonstrated by widening and deepening security integration in Europe (see among others Walker, 2004; Gariup, 2009; Kaunert, 2010; Kaunert and Léonard, 2010; Davis Cross, 2011; Argomaniz, 2012; Merlingen, 2012; Loik, 2015). Methodologically, the EU's cyber security cooperational relations should be evaluated in parallel with its internal integration processes and logic of Europeanization in terms of those security integration outcomes are also dependent on actors of national security systems. Thus, the research should include and combine both social and technological aspects of expertize to explain the central characteristics and role of the epistemic communities in producing and comprehensively innovating policies to secure globally turbulent cyberspace.
Since the series of original research - carried on mainly by Peter Haas (1990a, 1990b, 1992a, 1992b, 2001) - the term 'epistemic communities' appeared for social studies to refer a significant role of expertize-based formats within the (re-)production of relevant (policy) knowledge and transition. The growth, as well as some rising criticism about the academic conceptualization of such an epistemic communities indicates the promising approach to define and explain the 'missing link' between understanding how the transnational integrative policies are both constructed and implemented as recently also demonstrated by widening and deepening security integration in Europe (see among others Walker, 2004; Gariup, 2009; Kaunert, 2010; Kaunert and Léonard, 2010; Davis Cross, 2011; Argomaniz, 2012; Merlingen, 2012; Loik, 2015). Methodologically, the EU's cyber security cooperational relations should be evaluated in parallel with its internal integration processes and logic of Europeanization in terms of those security integration outcomes are also dependent on actors of national security systems. Thus, the research should include and combine both social and technological aspects of expertize to explain the central characteristics and role of the epistemic communities in producing and comprehensively innovating policies to secure globally turbulent cyberspace.
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