Türkiye’de Ağ Politikası Oluşturma Sürecinin Kültürel Ekonomi Politik Açısından Değerlendirilmesi
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Policies which are applied in communication field, have strongly influenced the alteration of values chain. It can be seen that economic alterations are the propellant powers which play the boundary roles in transformation of traditional consensus by these policies. Premises which are indicated and asserted especially in classic and neo-classic economy approaches, give shape to state policies and reproduce dependence in state’s development literature in the form of being discussed. With prediction that information and communication technologies witness the transformations which address to every field of state economy; it is accepted that the opportunity of catching developed countries is achieved by closing the gap between developed and developing countries with investment to the field. With admission of this situation, accessing the position of developed countries, as presented in the prescription which is framed by neoliberal applications, is constructed on the ability of attending global network with information society and ICT. Embodied links in which information regime is from top to down while regulation form is in the opposite direction, Jessop’s cultural economy politic approach displays an interdisciplinary attitude. Hegemon politics discourse can be scrutinized with this approach which provides to see political area as well as economic and cultural area especially with the attitude of highlighting post-fordist fund regime. In the light of opportunity/threat oriented approach, the importance of available policy practices, in which a large section of the community is attached, become more understandable. When the implied power/potency struggle of policy production is revealed with critical discourse analyses by applying political documents of national, supranational and international institutions and organizations, naturalized situation and established hegemony may become more clear. It has been evaluated that Turkey, as a developing state, has been not only adjusting network policy production by following it; but also forming counterhegemony against this phenomenon. Discussion about this subject in communication field is important. In addition to this, it must be considered that the network policy has a direction by which it corrodes nation-state. As a result of market-oriented approach to network policy, the situation of not being able to take advantage of state dynamics appears and tendency to developed states is produced again and more strongly.