Global Media Journal - Australian Edition - ISSN 1550 7521

Volume 5, Issue 2: 2011

Mapping Ecologies of Place: Local, Virtual, Digital



Hart Cohen

Guest Editorial

Helen Armstrong and Kaye Shumack


Rejoinder - GMJ-AU Vol 5 Issue 1 - WikiLeaks and celebrating the power of the mainstream media: a response to Christian Fuchs


Refereed Papers

Researching mapping: methods, modes and moments in the (im)mutability of OpenStreetMap
Chris Perkins – University of Manchester
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Transport mapping: emotional cartography, mobility and the body politics of place
Louise Crabtree– University of Western Sydney
Christian Nold– University College London
Kaye Shumack– University of Western Sydney
Jason Tuckwell – University of Western Sydney
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Mapping Hyde Park Futures with Effective Public Participation
Peter Herborn – University of Sydney
Awais Piracha – University of Western Sydney
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Ecologies of Place: Emergent Mapping Practices, Research Perspectives and Scenarios
Kaye Shumack & Helen Armstrong - University of Western Sydney


Weaving Networks for the International Year of Indigenous Communication: An interview with David Hernández Palmar and Jason De Santolo
Tamaki Tokita and Emily Starrett Wright – 2011-2012 Summer Scholars programme at the University of Auckland
David Hernandez Palmar - Photo/ Foto: Levin García


In conversation with Christian Nold, author of Emotional Cartography (ebook)
Kaye Shumack – University of Western Sydney

Book Reviews

Cover -Smith & Rodgers Eugene McCann & Kevin Ward (ed)
Mobile Urbanism: Cities and Policymaking in the Global Age
Reviewed by Juan Salazar — University of Western Sydney, Australia


Cover M. Dodge, R. Kitchin & C. Perkins (ed)
The Map Reader: Theories of Mapping Practice and Cartographic Representation
Reviewed by Cameron McAuliffe — University of Western Sydney


Cover David Craig
Excellence in Online Journalism: Exploring Current Practices in an Evolving Environment
Reviewed by Michael Mullins —Editor of


Cover Philip Bell
Confronting Theory: The Psychology of Cultural Studies
Reviewed by Tim Hamlett — Hong Kong Baptist University




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