By Ruiz J.M.
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The emergence of the Net in the 1980s was a result of instrumentally rational policies in various nation states (Lupton, 2014). The demands of the American military and its security agencies were fundamental to the spread of the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) (Mahoney and Haigh, 2011). At the time of continuing fears of Soviet invasions, nuclear warfare and communist agitators, the United States government wanted to make sure it could respond quickly and effectively to any threat.
The Net did become a space of communicative resistance, where anti-capitalists or democrats could organize and plan activities, and the huge range of information on the Net allows for the marginal and subaltern to ﬁnd ways of learning about the forces that keep them enslaved (Papacharissi, 2002). The Net has been a place of communitymaking, a space in which alternative identities can prosper, a site of play and fun and harmless chatter (Seargeant and Tagg, 2014). Like all human forms of leisure, the Net has the capacity to be of great good, and there is strong evidence that people take advantage of the Net in the same way earlier generations joined trade unions, walking clubs and lending libraries (Spracklen, 2011a).
It does show that Aitchison 46 Digital Leisure, the Internet and Popular Culture believes the Net is a leisure space where post-structural contestations of power are at work, where identity is created and where intersectionality works to constrain such acts of agency (a theme she returns to in later work – see Aitchison, 2013). As Aitchison draws on post-structuralism to understand digital leisure, others take a more postmodern line in exploring the possibilities for leisure offered by the Net.
The basic theory of power series by Ruiz J.M.