Changing digital geographies: technologies, environments and people (Book review)

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Osborne, Natalie
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Now is the time of more-than-real monsters, as Jess McLean argues in her first sole-authored book. This is a time when new and changing assemblages of the human, more-than-human and digital-technological are forming and reforming, reinforcing, challenging, subverting, mirroring, de- and re-materialising existing socio-spatial and ecological injustices, political structures, and modes of inhabitance. McLean invokes (and troubles) the ‘Anthropocene’ to describe this time, and sets about weaving together seemingly disparate strands of thought and theory to better understand the shifting shapes of these more-than-real monsters, and to offer a mode of thinking critically and environmentally with changing digital geographies.

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Australian Geographer

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51

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2

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This is an Author's Accepted Manuscript of an article published in Australian Geographer, 51 (2), pp. 267-268, 11 Feb 2020, copyright Taylor & Francis, available online at: https://doi.org/10.1080/00049182.2020.1725276

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Human geography

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Osborne, N, Changing digital geographies: technologies, environments and people (Book review), Australian Geographer, 2020, 51 (2), pp. 267-268

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