Literatursammlung

Aus dem Netzwerk

Bittner, Christian. 2014. Reproduktion sozialräumlicher Differenzierungen in OpenStreetMap: das Beispiel Jerusalems. Kartographische Nachrichten, 64(3), 136–144.

Bittner, Christian. 2017. Diversity in volunteered geographic information: Comparing OpenStreetMap and Wikimapia in Jerusalem. GeoJournal, 82(5), 887–906.

Bittner, Christian. 2017. OpenStreetMap in Israel and Palestine – ‘Game changer’ or reproducer of contested cartographies? Political Geography, 57, 34–48.

Bittner, Christian, Glasze, Georg, & Turk, Cate (2013). Tracing contingencies: analyzing the political in assemblages of web 2.0 cartographies. GeoJournal, 78(6), 935–948.

Bittner, Christian, & Michel, Boris (2013). Das Dekonstruieren der web2.0 Karte. Vorschläge zur Analyse dynamischer und interaktiver Karten multipler und diffuser Autorenschaften. In I. Gryl, T. Nehrdich, & R. Vogler (Eds.), Geo@web. Medium, Räumlichkeit und geographische Bildung (pp. 111–126).

Bittner, Christian, Michel, Boris, & Turk, Cate (2016). Turning the spotlight on the crowd: examining the participatory ethics and practices of crisis mapping. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 15(1), 207–229.

Boeckler, Marc. 2014. Digitale Goegraphien. Neogeographie, Ortsmedien und der Ort der Geographie im digitalen Zeitalter. In: Geographische Rundschau 17(6). 4–10.

Bork-Hüffer, Tabea und Brenda SA Yeoh. 2017. The Geographies of Difference in Conflating Digital and Offline Spaces of Encounter. Migrant Professionals’ Throwntogetherness in Singapore. In: Geoforum 86. 93–102.

Bork-Hüffer, Tabea. 2016. Mediated Sense of Place. Effects of Mediation and Mobility on the Place Perception of German professionals in Singapore. In: New Media & Society 18(10). 2155-2170.

Lim, Sun Sun, Tabea Bork-Hüffer und Brenda SA Yeoh. 2016. Editorial. Mobility, Migration and New Media. Manoeuvring through Physical, Digital and Liminal Spaces. In: New Media & Society 18(10). 2147-2154.

Bork-Hüffer, Tabea. 2017. „Beyond Smart City“. Singapurs „Smart Nation“ Strategie und der ewige Wettbewerb um Modelfunktion. In: Geographische Rundschau 20(7-8). 36-40.

Füller, Henning. 2018. Biosecuring Public Health. The example of ESSENCE. In Big Data, Surveillance and Crisis Management, Hrsg. Kees Boersma, und Chiara Fonio, 81–97. Routledge.

Straube, Till. 2016. Stacked Spaces: Mapping Digital Infrastructures. In: Big Data & Society 3(2). 1–12.

Sonstige

Röhle, Theo. 2017. „Data should be cooked with care“ – Digitale Kartographie zwischen Akkumulation und Aggregation. Bedeutende Daten, 71–90.

Amoore, Louise. 2016. Cloud Geographies: Computing, Data, Sovereignty. In: Progress in Human Geography. Advance online publication. 1–21.

Ash, James, Rob Kitchin und Agnieszka Leszczynski. 2016. Digital Turn, Digital Geographies? In: Progress in Human Geography. Advance online publication. 1–19.