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DCS | Digital Culture and Society | Vol. 3, Issue 1 | © transcript 2017 DOI 10.14361/dcs-2017-0109 Urban Hacking and Its “Media Origins” Angela Krewani Abstract This essay traces the genealogy of urban and mobile media hacking. It is argued that the forerunners of urban hacking were artists active within the Fluxus scene and Viennes Actionism. Their artis- tic practices can be seen as precursors for more recent interventions in public and particular urban spaces which have been described as “urban hacking.” These developments appear genealogically and are

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Feminist Media
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Participatory Spaces, Networks and Cultural Citizenship
Medialität und Räumlichkeit - Multidisziplinäre Perspektiven zur Verortung der Medien / Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Media and Locality
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Gender/Queertheoretische Analysen in den Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaften
Teaching Media
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Medientheorie für die Schulpraxis - Grundlagen, Beispiele, Perspektiven
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Media Globalization The ‘Global Public Sphere’ – A Critical Reappraisal1 KAI HAFEZ A clear theoretical model is vital if we are to take stock of the international and intercultural effect of media and forms of reporting of such different types as television, radio, print media, Internet, direct broadcasting by satellite, inter- national broadcasting and international reporting. In the literature on globaliza- tion dealing with international communication, models of any kind are thin on the ground. Manuel Castells’s famous three-volume work The

19 Differentiating Media JÜRGEN FOHRMANN Looking at terms like “technology,” “media” and, based on these, at “mediality” risks concluding with the stringent argument that has always been characteristic with over-determined theories: “The ef- fects of technology do not occur on the level of opinions or concepts, but alter sense ratios or patterns of perception steadily and without any resistance” (McLuhan 18). Even if they should be relevant for social communication these effects of technology form media and create through them “the change of scale