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Mobile Technologies Of The City (Networked Cities Series) [Paperback]

Mimi Sheller

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Mobile Cities, Urban Mobilities Mimi Sheller and John Urry  Part 1: Mobilities and the Creation of Urban Spatial Form  2. The Linear City: touring Vienna in the nineteenth century Ulrike Spring  3. Between the Physical and the Virtual: connected mobilities? Peter Adey and Paul Bevan  4. Urban Violence: luxury in made space Sarah S. Jain  Part 2: Re-Configuring Co-Presence  5. Bypassing and WAPing: reconfiguring timetables for ‘real-time’ mobility Juliet Jain  6. Reshaping Patterns of Mobility and Exclusion? The impact of virtual mobility upon acesssibility, mobility and social exclusion Susan Kenyon  7. Twin Towers and Amoy Gardens: mobilities, risks and choices Stephen Little  Part 3: Cultures of Infrastructure and Public Space  8. From Café to Parkbench: wi-fi and technological overflows in the city Adrian Mackenzie  9. ICT’s and the Engineering of Encounters: A case study of the development of a mobile game based on the geolocation of terminals Christian Licoppe and Romain Guillot  10. Permeable Boundaries in the Software-Sorted Society: surveillance and differentiations of mobility David Wood and Stephen Graham

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