Geographies of Media and Communication is the first textbook to treat all aspects of geography s variegated encounter with communication.
Connecting geographical ideas with communication theories such as intertextuality, audience–centered theory, and semiotics, Paul C. Adams explores media representations of places, the spatial diffusion of communication technologies, and the power of communication technologies to transform places, and to dictate who does and does not belong in them.
1. From the Spoken Word to the Alphabet.
2. From the Printing Press to the Digital Signal.
3. Communication Flows and Flowmations.
4. Topologies of Communication.
6. Virtuality and Scattered Gatherings.
7. Signs, Symbols and Signals.
8. The Place Image.
10. Place and the Power of Communication.
11. Traces and Routines.
12. Geographies of Expressive Being–in–Place.
13. Final Thoughts.