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Mapping Cyberspace

Mapping Cyberspace Author Martin Dodge
ISBN-10 9781134638994
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 280
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Mapping Cyberspace is a ground-breaking geographic exploration and critical reading of cyberspace, and information and communication technologies. The book: * provides an understanding of what cyberspace looks like and the social interactions that occur there * explores the impacts of cyberspace, and information and communication technologies, on cultural, political and economic relations * charts the spatial forms of virutal spaces * details empirical research and examines a wide variety of maps and spatialisations of cyberspace and the information society * has a related website at http://www.MappingCyberspace.com. This book will be a valuable addition to the growing body of literature on cyberspace and what it means for the future.



The Political Mapping of Cyberspace

The Political Mapping of Cyberspace Author Jeremy W. Crampton
ISBN-10 0226117456
Release 2004-02-16
Pages 224
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As inherently spatial beings, our sense of space in cyberspace challenges all that is familiar in terms of our ability to define, organize, govern, and map social places. In The Political Mapping of Cyberspace, Jeremy Crampton shows that cyberspace is not the virtual reality we think it to be, but instead a rich geography of political practices and power relations. Using concepts and methods derived from the work of Michel Foucault, Crampton outlines a new mapping of cyberspace to help define the role of space in virtual worlds and to provide constructive ways in which humans can exist in another spatial dimension. He delineates the critical role maps play in constructing the medium as an object of knowledge and demonstrates that by processes of mapping we come to understand cyberspace. Maps, he argues, shape political thinking about cyberspace, and he deploys in-depth case studies of crime mapping, security maintenance, and geo-surveillance to show how we map ourselves onto cyberspace, inexorably, and indelibly. Offering a powerful reinterpretation of technology and contemporary life, this innovative book will be an essential touchstone for the study of cartography and cyberspace in the twenty-first century.



Mapping Different Geographies

Mapping Different Geographies Author Karel Kriz
ISBN-10 3642155375
Release 2010-09-15
Pages 255
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This book is the outcome of the work of contributors who participated in the wo- shop “Mapping Different Geographies (MDG)” in February 2010, held in Puchberg am Schneeberg, Austria. This meeting brought together cartographers, artists and geoscientists who research and practice in applications that focus on enhancing o- to-one communication or develop and evaluate methodologies that provide inno- tive methods for sharing information. The main intention of the workshop was to investigate how ‘different’ geographies are being mapped and the possibilities for developing new theories and techniques for information design and transfer based on place or location. So as to communicate these concepts it was important to appreciate the many contrasting meanings of ‘mapping’ that were held by workshop participants. Also, the many (and varied) viewpoints of what different geographies are, were ela- rated upon and discussed. Therefore, as the focus on space and time was embedded within everyone’s felds of investigation, this was addressed during the workshop. This resulted in very engaging discourse, which, in some cases, exposed the restrictions that certain approaches need to consider. For participants, this proved to be most useful, as this allowed them to appreciate the limits and restrictions of their own approach to understanding and representing different geographies. As well, the workshop also was most helpful as a vehicle for demonstrating the common ground of interest held by the very diverse areas of endeavour that the workshop participants work within.



The Cyberspace Handbook

The Cyberspace Handbook Author Jason Whittaker
ISBN-10 0415168368
Release 2004
Pages 321
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The Cyberspace Handbook is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of new media, information technologies and the internet. It gives an overview of the economic, political, social and cultural contexts of cyberspace, and provides practical advice on using new technologies for research, communication and publication. The Cyberspace Handbook includes: *a glossary of over eighty key terms *a list of over ninety web resources for news and entertainment, new media and web development, education and reference, and internet and web information * specialist chapters on web design and journalism and writing on the web *Over thirty illustrations of internet material and software applications. Jason Whittaker explores how cyberspace has been constructed, how it is used and extends into areas as different as providing us immediate news or immersive games and virtual technologies for areas such as copyright and cybercrime, as well as key skills in employing the internet for research or writing and designing for the Web.



Cartography

Cartography Author Menno-Jan Kraak
ISBN-10 9781317903116
Release 2013-11-05
Pages 204
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This revised and updated edition integrates the latest in modern technology with traditional cartographic principles. While providing a solid conceptual foundation in cartographic methodology, the text also introduces the very latest advances that have greatly influenced cartographic techniques. The new edition reflects the increasing importance of cartography as the basis for further geographical study, the text has been updated throughout and chapters on the latest developments in cartography have been integrated. There is also a more widespread emphasis on multimedia and the web.



Mapping Cyberspace

Mapping Cyberspace Author Bin Jiang
ISBN-10 OCLC:952511518
Release 1999
Pages 12
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Mapping Cyberspace has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Mapping Cyberspace also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Mapping Cyberspace book for free.



An Introduction to Search Engines and Web Navigation

An Introduction to Search Engines and Web Navigation Author Mark Levene
ISBN-10 0321306775
Release 2006
Pages 365
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The volume and range of information on the World-Wide-Web is awe-inspiring. Without search engines to almost instantly locate relevant web pages for us, and the navigation tools within web browsers, using this huge resource would be almost impossible. An Introduction to Search Engines and Web Navigation introduces the reader to the search and navigation technologies that are an integral part of our daily online lives. It covers the historical background of hypertext and the web; the problems of search and navigation; the technical and architectural aspects of search engines; web navigation and the mobile web, and finally examines what we might expect in the future. It is ideal for undergraduates studying web search, and those on general web technology courses.



Mapping the Cyberspace

Mapping the Cyberspace Author
ISBN-10 8494011944
Release 2016
Pages 87
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The New Media and Cybercultures Anthology

The New Media and Cybercultures Anthology Author Pramod K. Nayar
ISBN-10 9781405183086
Release 2010-04-26
Pages 545
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Moving beyond traditional cyberculture studies paradigms in several key ways, this comprehensive collection marks the increasing convergence of cyberculture with other forms of media, and with all aspects of our lives in a digitized world. Includes essential readings for both the student and scholar of a diverse range of fields, including new and digital media, internet studies, digital arts and culture studies, network culture studies, and the information society Incorporates essays by both new and established scholars of digital cultures, including Andy Miah, Eugene Thacker, Lisa Nakamura, Chris Hables Gray, Sonia Livingstone and Espen Aarseth Created explicitly for the undergraduate student, with comprehensive introductions to each section that outline the main ideas of each essay Explores the many facets of cyberculture, and includes sections on race, politics, gender, theory, gaming, and space The perfect companion to Nayar′s Introduction to New Media and Cyberculture



Mapping Russian Cyberspace

Mapping Russian Cyberspace Author Rafal Rohozinski
ISBN-10 UCBK:C070744195
Release 1999
Pages 29
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The Law of Electronic Commerce

The Law of Electronic Commerce Author Alan Davidson
ISBN-10 9781139479967
Release 2009-08-25
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Written specifically for legal practitioners and students, this book examines the concerns, laws and regulations involved in Electronic Commerce. In just a few years, commerce via the World Wide Web and other online platforms has boomed, and a new field of legal theory and practice has emerged. Legislation has been enacted to keep pace with commercial realities, cyber-criminals and unforeseen social consequences, but the ever-evolving nature of new technologies has challenged the capacity of the courts to respond effectively. This book addresses the legal issues relating to the introduction and adoption of various forms of electronic commerce. From intellectual property, to issues of security and privacy, Alan Davidson looks at the practical changes for lawyers and commercial parties whilst providing a rationale for the underlying legal theory.



Mapping Cultures

Mapping Cultures Author L. Roberts
ISBN-10 9781137025050
Release 2012-05-29
Pages 309
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An interdisciplinary collection exploring the practices and cultures of mapping in the arts, humanities and social sciences. It features contributions from scholars in critical cartography, social anthropology, film and cultural studies, literary studies, art and visual culture, marketing, museum studies, architecture, and popular music studies.



Cyberspace and Profits

Cyberspace and Profits Author Anke Bartl
ISBN-10 9783638230872
Release 2003-11-20
Pages 14
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject Politics - Miscellaneous, grade: Distinction, Flinders University (Social Sciences), course: Globalization and Communication, 11 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: With the introduction of the Internet another imaginary world has been created, otherwise known as “cyberspace”, which has produced an “information revolution”. The world of cyberspace was developed through the use of a computer network connected via phonelines throughout the world. The growth of the Internet means that everyone from anywhere around the world can become a part of the global village and communicate no matter what their wealth status is. Data is exchanged freely, as there is no longer the need for circuits; therefore no restrictions apply as to the destination of the data. Through cyberspace, no rules, structure or true identity exist, as a new identity can be created at any one time.1 For example, if you were male and wanted to portray yourself as female, Cyberspace would allow that to happen. Ever improving communication technologies and globalisation have changed the world into a global village. The “information revolution” has made it possible for us to instantly communicate worldwide and therefore has altered our economic behaviour. It is now possible to do almost anything in cyberspace, and certainly business can be done via the web and hence profits can be gained or lost. Howard Rheingold summarised cyberspace as “the conceptual space where words, human relationships, data, wealth and power are manifested by people using CMC [computer mediated communications] technology”.2 [...] 1 Martin Dodge & Rob Kitchin, Mapping Cyberspace, Routledge, London, 2001, p.2-5. 2 Howard Rheingold quoted by Brian D. Loader,’ The Governance of Cyberspace: Politics, Technology and Global Restructuring’, in Brian Loader (ed), The Governance of Cyberspace: Politics, Technology and Global Restructuring, Routledge, London, 1997, p.1.



Communities in Cyberspace

Communities in Cyberspace Author Peter Kollock
ISBN-10 9781134654116
Release 2002-06-01
Pages 336
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This wide-ranging introductory text looks at the virtual community of cyberspace and analyses its relationship to real communities lived out in today's societies. Issues such as race, gender, power, economics and ethics in cyberspace are grouped under four main sections and discussed by leading experts: * identity * social order and control * community structure and dynamics * collective action. This topical new book displays how the idea of community is being challenged and rewritten by the increasing power and range of cyberspace. As new societies and relationships are formed in this virtual landscape, we now have to consider the potential consequences this may have on our own community and societies. Clearly and concisely written with a wide range of international examples, this edited volume is an essential introduction to the sociology of the internet. It will appeal to students and professionals, and to those concerned about the changing relationships between information technology and a society which is fast becoming divided between those on-line and those not.



Rethinking Maps

Rethinking Maps Author Martin Dodge
ISBN-10 9781134043859
Release 2011-06-02
Pages 272
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Maps are changing. They have become important and fashionable once more. Rethinking Maps brings together leading researchers to explore how maps are being rethought, made and used, and what these changes mean for working cartographers, applied mapping research, and cartographic scholarship. It offers a contemporary assessment of the diverse forms that mapping now takes and, drawing upon a number of theoretic perspectives and disciplines, provides an insightful commentary on new ontological and epistemological thinking with respect to cartography. This book presents a diverse set of approaches to a wide range of map forms and activities in what is presently a rapidly changing field. It employs a multi-disciplinary approach to important contemporary mapping practices, with chapters written by leading theorists who have an international reputation for innovative thinking. Much of the new research around mapping is emerging as critical dialogue between practice and theory and this book has chapters focused on intersections with play, race and cinema. Other chapters discuss cartographic representation, sustainable mapping and visual geographies. It also considers how alternative models of map creation and use such as open-source mappings and map mash-up are being creatively explored by programmers, artists and activists. There is also an examination of the work of various ‘everyday mappers’ in diverse social and cultural contexts. This blend of conceptual chapters and theoretically directed case studies provides an excellent resource suited to a broad spectrum of researchers, advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in human geography, GIScience and cartography, visual anthropology, media studies, graphic design and computer graphics. Rethinking Maps is a necessary and significant text for all those studying or having an interest in cartography.



Atlas of Cyberspace

Atlas of Cyberspace Author Martin Dodge
ISBN-10 0201745755
Release 2001
Pages 268
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Reveals the geography of cyberspace using modern cartographic and visualization techniques, focusing on Internet infrastructure and traffic flows; the Web; online communities; and artistic, literary, and film speculations.



Health Information on the Internet

Health Information on the Internet Author Rowena Cullen
ISBN-10 0865693218
Release 2006
Pages 256
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A comprehensive exploration of the increasing availability of health information on the Internet and how both patients and practitioners are making use of it.