Understanding Spatial Media is an insightful collection of essays describing different contemporary approaches to spatial media. The specific selection of authors and themes makes this book an important manual to understand spatial media nowadays, going beyond the simple analysis of practices, and trying to reflect on aims and consequences. The same concept of space itself is questioned through the lens of data and new technologies.
Understanding Spatial Media is a great collection of chapters from leading thinkers in the area of spatial media and geospatial studies. The text addresses relevant contemporary issues through chapters that are well-written and relatively short, making the text suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students.
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