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Jean Baudrillard: Fatal Theories (International Library of Sociology) Hardcover – 24 Sep 2008


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David B. Clarke is Professor of Human Geography and Director of the Centre for Urban Theory at Swansea University. His research focuses on social theory and urban space. His publications include The Consumer Society and the Postmodern City, The Cinematic City, and The Consumption Reader.

Marcus Doel is Professor of Human Geography, Head of the School of the Environment and Society, and Co-director of the Centre for Urban Theory at Swansea University. He is the author of Poststructuralist Geographies (Edinburgh University Press), and has written widely on poststructuralism and space.

William Merrin is Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies at Swansea University. He is the author of Baudrillard and the Media (2005). His research and teaching interests centre on media theory, new media, cyberculture, media history, and popular music.

Richard G. Smith is Senior Lecturer in Human Geography and Co-Director of the Centre for Urban Theory at Swansea University. He has published extensively on poststructuralism, urban theory and global cities. His work has been widely cited in academic publications and in the popular press.


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