Collective myths shape and frame contemporary communication processes as well as the collective subconscious. International contributors from the humanities and social sciences focus on interdependencies between collective myths and decivilizing processes in China and the United States, global economics, and recent technological advances. They highlight long-term de-/civilizing processes also for the globally important survival units India and Turkey, and the violently contested border areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Gencel Bek, Mine (2020): „Collective Myths and Decivilizing Politics in Turkey“, in: Stefan Kramer
/ Peter Ludes (Hg.): Collective Myths and Decivilizing Politics. Volume 5 of ‚The World Language
of Key Visuals‘ Computer Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences. Münster, S. 142–157.