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This book examines a variety of subjective spatial experiences and knowledge production practices in order to shed new light on the specifics of contemporary socio-spatial change, driven as it is by inter alia, digitalization, transnationalization, and migration. Considering the ways in which emerging spatial phenomena are conditioned by an increasing interconnectedness, this book asks how spaces are changing as a result of mediatization, increased mobility, globalization, and social dislocation. With attention to questions surrounding the negotiation and (visual) communication of space, it explores the arrangements, spatialities, and materialities that underpin the processes of spatial refiguration by which these changes come about. Bringing together the work of leading scholars from across diverse range disciplines to address questions of socio-spatial transformation, this volume will appeal to sociologists and geographers, as well as scholars and practitioners of urban planning and architecture.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
chapter 1|14 pages part Part I|69 pages
Spatiality and temporality
chapter 3|18 pages chapter 4|14 pages
The Historicity of the Refiguration of Spaces Under the Scrutiny of Pre-COVID-19 São Paulo Homeless Pedestrians 1
part Part II|82 pages
Spatiality, social inequality, and the economy
chapter 8|12 pages chapter 9|11 pages chapter 10|16 pages part Part III|73 pages
Digitization and visualization of space
chapter 13|12 pages chapter 14|11 pages chapter 15|12 pages chapter 16|11 pages part Part IV|69 pages
Imagining, producing, and negotiating space