Corresponding geographies: Remapping work and workplace in the age of digital media
Sanson, Kevin (2015) Corresponding geographies: Remapping work and workplace in the age of digital media. Television and New Media, 16(8), pp. 751-768.
This essay makes three related claims about digital media creative clusters through a case study of the Hub in Glasgow, Scotland. First, online social networking platforms are an increasingly “common sense” feature that property developers include to attract media workers to purpose-built properties. Second, integrating and managing professional identities through the construction of place are considered necessary to promote that place to a larger audience. Finally, reorganizing place in this way refashions creative work as a more nebulous concept, a process that integrates formerly distinct aspects of our work and nonwork lives into the common pursuit of innovation for economic gain.
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