Digital Geographies

[KINDLE] ❁ Digital Geographies  By James Ash –
  • ebook
  • 312 pages
  • Digital Geographies
  • James Ash
  • 09 February 2019
  • 9781526455383

About the Author: James Ash

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Digital Geographies book, this is one of the most wanted James Ash author readers around the world.

Digital Geographies As Digital Technologies Have Become Part Of Everyday Life, Mediating Tasks Such As Work, Travel, Consumption, Production, And Leisure, They Are Having Increasingly Profound Effects On Phenomena That Are Of Immediate Concern To Geographers These Include The Production Of Space, Spatiality And Mobilities The Processes, Practices, And Forms Of Mapping The Contours Of Spatial Knowledge And Imaginaries And, The Formation And Enactment Of Spatial Knowledge Politics Similarly, There Are Distinct Geographies Of Digital Media Such As Those Of The Internet, Games, And Social Media That Have Become Indispensable To Geographic Practice And Scholarship Across Sub Disciplines, Regardless Of Conceptual Approach This Textbook Presents A Fully Up To Date, Synoptic And Critical Overview Of How Digital Devices, Logics, Methods, Etc Are Transforming Geography It Is Divided Into Six Inter Related Sectionsintroduction To Digital Geographies Digital Spaces Digital Methods Digital Cultures Digital Economies Digital Politics With Illustrious Instructors And Researchers Contributing To Every Chapter, Digital Geographies Is The Ideal Textbook For Courses Concerning Digital Geographies, Digital And New Media And Internet Communications, And The Spatial Knowledge Of Politics.

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