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Table of contents for Cities in the telecommunications age : the fracturing of geographies / James O. Wheeler, Yuko Aoyama, and Barney Warf, editors.


CONTENTS

Acknowledgments          ix

PART I. INTRODUCTION

1.   INTRODUCTION:                                                3 
     CITY SPACE, INDUSTRIAL SPACE, AND CYBERSPACE
     James O. Wheeler, Yuko Aoyama, and Barney Warf

2.   GRASSROOTING THE SPACE OF FLOWS    18
     Manuel Castells
     
PART II. CYBERSPACE

3.   HOW TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS     31
     ARE TRANSFORMING URBAN SPACES
     Mitchell L. Moss and Anthony M. Townsend

4.   WHERE ON EARTH IS THE INTERNET?    42
     AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE GEOGRAPHY
     OF INTERNET REAL ESTATE
     Martin Dodge and Narushige Shiode

5.   COMPROMISING POSITIONS: THE BODY IN CYBERSPACE    54
     Barney Warf

PART III. TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE
AND URBAN PLANNING

     6.   URBAN PLANNING AND THE TECHNOLOGICAL FUTURE OF CITIES  
     Stephen Graham and Simon Marvin

7.   TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE CITY:   97
     ADAPTING TO THE CONVERGENCE OF TECHNOLOGY AND POLICY
     August E. Grant and Lon Berquist

8.   GLOBALIZATION, LOCAL GOVERNANCE,   112
     AND THE UNITED STATES TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996
     Stephen D. McDowell

     9.   NOKIA AS A REGIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOUNTAINHEAD 130
     Stanley D. Brunn and Thomas R. Leinbach


10.  FROM DIRT ROAD TO INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY:       143
     ADVANCED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (AIT)
     AND THE FUTURE OF THE URBAN POOR
     Bishwapriya Sanyal
     
PART IV. IMPACTS OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS

11.  CYBERSPACE OR HUMAN SPACE:    161
     WITHER CITIES IN THE AGE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS?
     William B. Beyers

12.  THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTION  181
     AND THE GEOGRAPHY OF INNOVATION
     David B. Audretsch and Maryann P. Feldman

13.  INDUSTRIAL LOCATION IN THE INFORMATION AGE:       200
     AN ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION-TECHNOLOGY-INTENSIVE INDUSTRY
     Darrene Hackler

14.  MILIEU PREFERENCES AMONG HIGH-TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES     
     219
     Robert Mugerauer

15.  TELEWORKING AND THE CITY:     228
     MYTHS OF WORKPLACE TRANSCENDENCE AND TRAVEL REDUCTION
     Andrew Gillespie and Ronald Richardson
     
PART V. CASE STUDIES OF THE EFFECT
OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
ON URBAN SPACE

16.  THE POLITICAL SALIENCE OF THE SPACE OF FLOWS:          249
     INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
     AND THE RESTRUCTURING CITY
     Alan Southern

17.  TRAVEL, GENDER, AND WORK:     267
     EMERGING COMMUTING CHOICES IN INNER-CITY PHOENIX
     Elizabeth K. Burns

18.  RESTRUCTURING WRIT INVISIBLY: 283
     CELLULAR TELEPHONE SYSTEMS AS A MEANS
     FOR TRACKING URBAN CIRCULATION
     Christopher Bertaut


19.  PEOPLE VERSUS PLACE: TELECOMMUNICATIONS      302
     AND FLEXIBILITY REQUIREMENTS OF THE CBD
     Nancey Green Leigh

     About the Contributors   333

     Index     341