Virtual Geographies explores how new communication technologies are being used to produce new geographies and new types of space. Leading contributors from a wide range of disciplines including geography, sociology, philosophy and literature investigate how visions of cyberspace have been constructed and offer a critical assessment of the status of virtual environments and geographies. Leading contributors set recent technological developments in both a historical and geographical perspective to offer a clearer view of the prospect ahead.
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