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We have been concerned with how their experiences provoke these migrants to think – concerned, that is to say, with their knowledge-experience. Following Dewey, what we have taken as the primary assumption is 38 · Whoever Looks Always Finds the ‘mind’ or ‘intelligence’ that is central to all human experience (migrants included). 56 In listening to what Turkish-speaking migrants have to say, we have wanted particularly to be attentive to what might be new or innovative in their transnational experience.
217. 3. Asu Aksoy and Kevin Robins, ‘Thinking Across Spaces: Transnational Television from Turkey’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 3(3) (2000), pp. 343–65; Kevin Robins, ‘Au-delà de la communauté imaginée? Les médias transnationaux et les migrants turcs en Europe’, Réseaux, 107 (2001), pp. 19– 39; Kevin Robins and Asu Aksoy, ‘From Spaces of Identity to Mental Spaces: Lessons from Turkish-Cypriot Cultural Experience in London’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 27(4) (2001), pp. 685–711; Kevin Robins and Asu Aksoy, ‘“Abschied von Phantomen”: Transnationalismus am Beispiel des türkischen Fernsehens’, in Brigitta Busch, Brigitte Hipfl and Kevin Robins (eds), Bewegte Identitäten: Medien in transkulturellen Kontexten (Klagenfurt: Drava Verlag, 2001), pp.
133. 23. Gitlin himself alerts us to the dangers of the ‘unity image’ in what is, after all, the metaphor of the ‘public sphere’. Gitlin, ‘Public Sphere’, p. 168. 24. Monroe E. Price, Media and Sovereignty: The Global Information Revolution and Its Challenge to State Power (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002), p. 26. 25. Marisca Milikowski, ‘Learning about Turkishness by Satellite: Private Satisfactions and Public Benefits’, in Karen Ross and Peter Playden (eds), Black Marks: Minority Ethnic Audiences and Media (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001), p.