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    "culminate in bubbles"

    Hi everyone

    In the context of urban cultures,the endgame of such a process culminates in private bubbles of communication and commuting.?


    Is there a phrase like "culminate in bubbles"? I could not see what it means to culminate in private bubbles of communication and commuting. How is it possible to culminate in bubbles? Could you paraphrase it?

    the endgame of such a process culminates in private bubbles of communication and commuting.?



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    Re: "culminate in bubbles"

    Where is this text from?

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    Re: "culminate in bubbles"

    To repeat what I told you yesterday:

    Always state the source of any text you quote and name the author, if known.

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    Re: "culminate in bubbles"

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    To repeat what I told you yesterday:

    Always state the source of any text you quote and name the author, if known.

    I am sorry about that I did not know it. It is Communication Theory; Media, Technology and Society belonging to David Holmes

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    Re: "culminate in bubbles"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmet Faruk Cecen View Post
    I am sorry about that I did not know it. It is Communication Theory; Media, Technology and Society belonging to David Holmes

    I mean I did not see that you typed

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    Re: "culminate in bubbles"

    What is the 'process' being referred to?

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    Re: "culminate in bubbles"

    It is the begining of the chapter followed by the paragraph I sent: Communication and mobile privatization The role of communication in urban cultures cannot simply be reduced to the multiplication of urban units but relates to the way the communicative mediums which they make possible allow for ever greater mobilities from within these units. This tendency is accentuated by the diffusion of new media, as the virtual urban futures thesis maintains (see Chapter 3), but in truth it is characteristic of all electronic media, not just those of a second media age. As I have argued elsewhere (Holmes, 2001), electronic media do not have to be portable to provide mobility, as it is possible to ‘travel’ with audio-visual and interface media, even when the body is in stasis.

    The products of information capitalism are themselves commodities, but their most significant quality is that they commodify subjective and intersubjective experience.

    As far as I am concerned this process is about their commodifiying subjective and intersubjective experience.

    By the way I am sorry about mistakes I made I am realy newbie

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