Virtual Geographies: Bodies, Space and Relations

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Mike Crang, Phil Crang, Jon May, Lecturer in Geography Jon May
Psychology Press, 1999 - Computers - 322 pages
Virtual Geographies explores the possibilities and dangers brought by the revolution in communication technologies, outlining how these technologies are being used to produce new geographies and new types of space.
 

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Contents

optical technologies
23
its social shaping and public negotiation
44
restructuring telecommunications
63
The convergence of virtual and actual in the Global
92
From city space to cyberspace
109
Geographies of surveillant simulation
131
The Information Society and rural
149
the Zapatista rebellion
164
Gender and the landscapes of computing in
178
reading
205
the space of hypertext bodies
222
Unthinkable complexity? Cyberspace otherwise
244
simulation suppletion seduction
261
References
284
Index
315
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