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This volume will examine the growth and geography of the internet from a political economy perspective. Its central SpringerBriefs in Geography. Free Preview cover Origins, Growth, and Geographies of the Global Internet. Pages Global Geographies of the Internet (SpringerBriefs in Geography) [Barney Warf] on tiopuncthodisli.ga *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book examines the.
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This volume will examine the growth and geography of the internet from a political economy perspective. Its central motivation is to illustrate that cyberspace does not exist in some aspatial void, but is deeply rooted in national and local political and cultural contexts.
Toward that end, it will invoke a few major theorists of cyberspace, but apply their perspectives in terms that are accessible to readers with no familiarity with them. Beyond summaries of the infrastructure that makes the internet possible and global distributions of users, it delves into issues such as the digital divide to emphasize the inequalities that accompany the growth of cyberspace.
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In the past, Prof. In Fall , he was affiliated with the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK, followed by two years of service — as Director of the conversion project of the College for Israel from an extension of American universities into an Israeli college.
In —, he served as President of Zefat Academic College. As of he is a Member of the European Academy. Kellerman's current specialties include the geography of information, notably of the Internet, and mobilities, notably personal ones.