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Globale Stadt, Informationstechnologie und Öffentlichkeit

  • Mike Featherstone
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Zusammenfassung

Welche Beziehung besteht zwischen globalen Städten, Informationstechnologie und Bürgerverantwortung (engl.‚citizenship‘)? Die drei Begriffe in einem Satz nebeneinanderzustellen, scheint auf den ersten Blick reichlich abwegig. In der Tat: Ein Blick in die Literatur zu jedem der drei Themen scheint die Möglichkeit eines fruchtbaren Dialogs nicht eben nahezulegen.

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