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Regionalization and the Construction of Ephemeral Co-Location
Rhetoric Society Quarterly (2012)
  • Andrew Wood, San Jose State University
Abstract
This essay investigates the role of ephemeral co-location within practices of regionalization as a potential response to the increasingly commodified, mediated, and militarized experience of public space. An “epilogue” to the articles gathered for this special issue, this essay outlines five characteristics of regionalization: active resistance, selective deployment, shared aesthetics, common identity, and augmented reality.
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Publication Date
2012
DOI
10.1080/02773945.2012.682847
Citation Information
Andrew Wood. "Regionalization and the Construction of Ephemeral Co-Location" Rhetoric Society Quarterly Vol. 42 Iss. 3 (2012) p. 289 - 296 ISSN: 0277-3945
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andrew_wood/27/