By Martijn de Waal
Employing special examples of recent media makes use of in addition to ancient case stories, Martijn de Waal exhibits how new applied sciences, on one point, give a contribution to the additional individualization and liberalization of city society. there's another destiny state of affairs, despite the fact that, within which electronic media build a brand new definition of the city public sphere. within the strategy in addition they breathe new lifestyles into the classical republican excellent of town as an open, democratic ‘community of strangers’.
Martijn de Waal is assistant professor on the college of Amsterdam and co-founder of The cellular urban, a learn team that investigates the impact of electronic media applied sciences on city existence, and the consequences for city design.
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