Table of contents for MediaSpace : place, scale, and culture in a media age / [edited by] Nick Couldry and Anna McCarthy.


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INTRODUCTION
 Orientations: Mapping MediaSpace
 NICK COULDRY AND ANNA McCARTHY
PART ONE: MEDIA THEORY/ SPATIAL THEORY
1.	The Doubling of Place: Electronic Media, Time-Space Arrangements and Social 
Relationships
SHAUN MOORES 
2.	 Kinetic Screens: Epistemologies of Moving Media
LISA PARKS
3.	Neither Poison or Cure: Space Scale and Public Life in Media Theory 
CLIVE BARNETT
4.	The Attractions of Television: Reconsidering Liveness
MIMI WHITE
PART TWO : WORK, LEISURE, AND THE SPACES IN BETWEEN 
 
5. The Marketable Neighbourhood: Commercial Latinidad in New York's Harlem.
 ARLENE DAVILA
6. Media, Bodies and Spaces of Ethnography: Beauty Salons in Casablanca, 
 Cairo and Paris
SUSAN OSSMAN 
 
7. Spaces of Television: The Structuring of Consumers in a Swedish Shopping Mall
GORAN BOLIN 
8. Dot.com Urbanism
 ANDREW ROSS 
9.. Industrial Geography Lessons: Socio-Professional Rituals and the Borderlands of 
 Production Culture
 JOHN CALDWELL 
PART THREE: NEW MEDIA SPACES 
 
10. The Webcam Subculture and the Digital Enclosure
 MARK ANDREJEVIC 
11. Crossing the Media(n): Auto-mobility, the Transported Self, and Technologies of 
 Freedom
 JAMES HAY and JEREMY PACKER 
12. Something Spatial in the Air: In-flight Entertainment and theTopographies of 
 Modern Air Travel
 NITIN GOVIL
 
13. An Ontology of Everyday Control: Space, Media Flows and 'Smart' Living in the 
 Absolute Present 
 FIONA ALLON 
 
14. 'To Each Their Own Bubble': Mobile Spaces of Sound in the City
 MICHAEL BULL
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Mass media Social aspects, Space and time Social aspects, Civilization, Modern 21st century