The Electronic City

Bucher, Ulrike; Finka, Maros (eds.)

The Electronic City

Reihe Future Urban Research in Europe, Band-Nr. 1
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ISBN 978-3-8305-2678-0
erschienen 07.07.2011
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Umfang 256
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The topic "The Electronic City" refers to the introduction and the consequences of the new information and communication technologies for urban life. In which way can "E-Europe" for all be realised? How can the digital divide be overcome? What are the consequences for the socially disfavoured groups and how can they participate in the E-City? Is human behaviour different in virtual space? These are the questions which are part of many discourses on this topic and which are addressed in this book.


Table of contents

Evangelos Asprogerakas, Byron Ioannou
Redefining space: The web access profile of the small and medium sized Greek cities
Frank Eckardt
E-City: From Researching the Virtual towards Understanding the Real Urban Life
Pirjo Elovaara
Between Stability and Instability – a Project about e-Democracy
Silvia Gullino
Urban regeneration in Baltimore: can CitiStat be one of the answers to build more social inclusive processes?
Maarit Kahila, Marketta Kyttä
Web-based SoftGIS Method in Research and Urban Planning Practices
Stela Lovacká
Introduction to Building E-Government in Slovakia
Daniela Müller
e-visions – mind the gap ...
Christine Nippe
City Representations in Net Art
Francesco Rotondo
Utility of Web and Electronic Meeting Systems Supporting Collaborative. Planning: The Case of an Agricultural Park
Joanna Saad-Sulonen
Everyday life in the interactive city: exploring the potentials of interweaving digital technologies and urban space
Beata Sirowy
Renegotiating Place. The transformation of urban places in an information society
Koray Velibeyoglu
Urban ICT Policies for Turkish Local Governments: the case of Yalova IT City
Sara Wilford
E-Government and Political Participation – E-Government and Privacy
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