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e-book : Geographic Interpretations of the Internet.

https://www-dawsonera-com-s.bibliopam.univ-catholille.fr/abstract/9783319338040

eISBN : 9783319338040

Sommaire : Preface
Reference
List of Figures
List of Tables

1 Introduction: The Internet and Geography
1.1 Book Objectives and Structure
1.2 Approaches to the Geography of the Internet
1.3 Geographical Terminology and the Internet
1.4 Foundations of the Internet
1.4.1 The Introduction and Spread of the Internet
1.4.2 Open Code for the Internet
1.4.3 Digital Gaps for the Internet by Country and Gender
1.5 Internet Social Spatiality
1.6 Terrestrial Geography of the Internet
1.7 Conclusion
References

2 The Internet as Space
2.1 Image Space
2.2 Virtual Space
2.3 Cyberspace
2.4 The Internet
2.4.1 Internet Information Space
2.4.2 Internet Communications Space
2.4.3 Internet Screen-Space
2.5 Image Spaces: Virtual Space, Cyberspace, the Internet and Internet Screen Space
2.6 Conclusion
References

3 Geographical Structures in the Internet
3.1 Ground
3.2 Place
3.2.1 Space, Place, and the Internet
3.2.2 Neo-Marxist Perspectives for Internet Places
3.2.3 Humanist Agency-Based Aspects of Internet Places
3.2.4 Feminist Interpretation for Internet Places
3.2.5 Performative Interpretation for Internet Places
3.3 Regions
3.4 Boundaries
3.5 Conclusion
References

4 Distance in the Internet
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Distance
4.3 Distance Decay
4.3.1 Distance Decay in Real Space
4.3.2 Distance Decay and Surfing to Specific Websites
4.3.3 Centrality and Navigation on the Internet
4.3.4 Structuring of Search Engine Distance Decay
4.3.5 Distance Decay in Personal and Social Networking
4.4 Distanciation
4.5 Proximity
4.6 Conclusion
References

5 Mobility Over the Internet
5.1 Cyber-Mobility
5.2 Flow
5.3 Speed
5.4 Directionality
5.5 Circularity
5.6 Co-presence
5.6.1 Definitions for Co-presence
5.6.2 The Nature and Types of Co-presence
5.6.3 Face-to-Face Co-presence
5.6.4 Synchronous and Asynchronous Telepresences
5.6.5 Co-presence of Physical and Virtual Spaces
5.6.6 Co-presence in Information Space
5.6.7 Multiple Simultaneous Co-presences
5.6.8 Co-presence in the City
5.6.9 Contemporary Co-presence Modes
5.7 Time-Space Compression
5.8 Conclusion
References

6 Internet Spatial Cognition
6.1 Spatial Cognition and Cognitive Maps
6.2 Cognitive Information Space
6.3 Cognitive Communications Space
6.4 Conclusion
References

7 Summary and Conclusion
7.1 Chapter Summaries
7.2 Geographic Interpretations for Internet Spaces
7.2.1 Geographic Parameters for the Interpretation of Internet Information Space
7.2.2 Geographic Parameters for the Interpretation of Internet Communications Space
7.2.3 Geographic Parameters for the Interpretation of Internet Screen Space
7.2.4 Geographic Interpretations of the Internet
7.3 Relations Between Real and Cyber Spaces
7.4 Future Study
References

Langue : Anglais

Localisation : Bibliothèque Campus de Nice

Support : Numérique

Etat : Présent

Propriétaire : Bibliothèque

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