Communicative cities in the 21st century : the urban communication reader III / Matthew D. Matsaganis, Victoria J. Gallagher, and Susan J. Drucker, editors.

New York : Peter Lang, [2013]
viii, 255 pages ; 24 cm.


Related name
Urban communication ; volume 3
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
List of figures -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The making of communicative cities in the 21st century / Matthew Matsaganis and Victoria Gallagher -- The performances of urban life -- Defining a "livable city" : parks, suburbanization, and the shaping of community identity and ecological responsibility / Margaret R. LaWare -- Communicative spaces and rhetorical enactments : how and why urban parks -- Enhance (or fail to enhance) civic life / Victoria J. Gallagher, Kenneth Zagacki, and Kelly Norris Martin -- Understanding urban foodways and communicative cities : a taste of Hong Kong's Yumcha culture as urban communication / Casey Man Kong Lum -- The politics and technologies of urban life -- Unconventional urban communication success : envisioning and engendering a revitalized New Cassel / Mary Ann Allison -- Auditing communication systems to help urban policy makers / Leo W. Jeffres, Kimberly Neuendorf, Guowei Jian, and Kimberly S. Cooper -- Containing RFID : questioning communication, technology, and culture / John Monberg -- The fantasies and facades of urban life -- Chinese tourists, themed casinos, and consumer pedagogy in Macao / Tim Simpson -- Locating nihonmachi : urban erasure, memory, and visibility in Japantown, USA / Janis L. Edwards -- Skins, tattoos, and architectural facades : or what you see is what you -- Get' for the moment / Gary Gumpert and Susan Drucker -- Origami urbanism amid the flat city : an omnitopian analysis of commercials depicting mutability in urban life / Andrew F. Wood -- Afterword -- Cross-currents inside and outside the communicative city / Gene Burd.
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