Place, Space, and Mediated Communication explores how new communications technologies are able to disrupt our spatial understanding, and in so doing, reorganize the boundaries of human experience: a phenomenon that can rightly be described as ‘context collapse’.
Individual essays investigate ‘context collapse’ in a variety of geographical and temporal settings, including: the US drone war in Pakistan, social media and sexuality in Paris, privacy and privilege in Brazil, and videogames and resistance in Iran. This cross-disciplinary collection of essays demonstrates how communication and space are co-constituted, and models exciting new paths of inquiry for researchers.
Place, Space, and Mediated Communication is suitable for students and scholars of media and communication studies, cultural studies, urban studies, and sociology.
Adriana de Souza e Silva, Mariana S. de Matos-Silva and Ana Maria Nicolaci-da-Costa
C. Licoppe, C. A. Rivière and J. Morel
Vit Sisler and Ebrahim Mohseni
Jeremy Németh and Evan Carver
David G. Post