Being Through There Matters: Materiality, Bodies, and Movement in Urban Communication Research
Dickinson, G; Aiello, G;
Publisher: USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
Increasingly, scholars have turned to the urban built environment as a medium of communication in its own right. The bricks and mortar of cities are communicative insofar as they shape, constrain, and ultimately also mediate the everyday lives of individuals and communi... View more
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