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  1. EMR21: Lecture 9 After critical GIS and cartography New mapping industries #digimap

  2. 1987 Chrisman, N.R., 1987. Design of geographic information systems based on social and cultural goals. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 53 (10), 1367-1370. #digimap

  3. 1989 Harley, J.B., 1989. Deconstructing the map. Cartographica 26, 1-20. #digimap

  4. 2000ish critical cartography #digimap

  5. 1990 Taylor, P.J., 1990. GKS. Political Geography Quarterly 9, 211-212. #digimap

  6. 1991 Openshaw, S., 1991. A view on the GIS crisis in geography, or, using GIS to put Humpty-Dumpty back together again. Environment and Planning A 23 (5), 621-628. #digimap

  7. 1991 Taylor, P.J., Overton, M., 1991. Further thoughts on geography and GIS. Environment and Planning A 23 (8), 1087-1090. #digimap

  8. 1992 Openshaw, S., 1992. Further thoughts on geography and GIS: a reply. Environment and Planning A 24 (4), 463-466. #digimap

  9. 1992 Smith, N., 1992. History and philosophy of geography: real wars, theory wars. Progress in Human Geography 16, 257-271. #digimap

  10. 1993 Lake, Robert W. 1993. "Planning and applied geography: positivism, ethics, and geographic information systems." Progress in Human Geography no. 17 (3):404-413. #digimap

  11. 1993 Sheppard, E., 1993. Automated Geography: What Kind of Geography for What Kind of Society? The Professional Geographer 45 (4), 457-460. #digimap

  12. 2000ish critical cartography GIS & Society participatory GIS and public participation GIS community-based GIS Pickles, John, ed. 1995. Ground Truth: The social implications of geographic information systems. New York: Guilford. Sheppard, Eric. 1995. GIS and Society: Towards a Research Agenda. Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 22 (1):5-16. #digimap

  13. 1999 Schuurman, N., 1999. Critical GIS: Theorizing an Emerging Science. Cartographica 36 (4). #digimap

  14. 1999 Schuurman, N., 1999. Critical GIS: Theorizing an Emerging Science. Cartographica 36 (4). #digimap

  15. 1999 Schuurman, N., 1999. Critical GIS: Theorizing an Emerging Science. Cartographica 36 (4). #digimap

  16. 1999 Schuurman, N., 1999. Critical GIS: Theorizing an Emerging Science. Cartographica 36 (4). #digimap

  17. 2000ish critical cartography GIS & Society critical GIS participatory GIS and public participation GIS community-based GIS #digimap

  18. 2000ish critical cartography GIS & Society critical GIS participatory GIS and public participation GIS community-based GIS feminist GIS Kwan, Mei-Po. 2002. Introduction: Feminist Geography and GIS. Gender, Place and Culture 9 (3):261-262. Kwan, Mei-Po, and LaDonaKnigge. 2006. Doing qualitative research using GIS: an oxymoronic endeavor? Environment and Planning A 38:1999-2002. Harvey, Francis, Mei-Po Kwan, and Marianna Pavlovskaya. 2005. Introduction: Critical GIS. Cartographica 40 (4):1-3. qualitative GIS #digimap

  19. 2000ish critical cartography GIS & Society critical GIS participatory GIS and public participation GIS community-based GIS feminist GIS Turner, Andrew J. 2006. Introduction to Neogeography, O'Reilly. Elwood, Sarah A. 2008. Volunteered geographic information: key questions, concepts and methods to guide emerging research and practice. GeoJournal 72:133-135. Bodenhamer, David J., John Corrigan, and Trevor M. Harris, eds. 2010. The spatial humanities : GIS and the future of humanities scholarship. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. qualitative GIS volunteered geographic info. neogeography and the geoweb spatial humanities #digimap

  20. an evolving research agenda Sheppard, E., 2005. Knowledge Production through Critical GIS: Genealogy and Prospects. Cartographica 40 (4), 5-21. #digimap

  21. GIS society Sheppard, E., 2005. Knowledge Production through Critical GIS: Genealogy and Prospects. Cartographica 40 (4), 5-21. #digimap

  22. method epistemology GIS society Sheppard, E., 2005. Knowledge Production through Critical GIS: Genealogy and Prospects. Cartographica 40 (4), 5-21. #digimap

  23. method epistemology GIS society Sheppard, E., 2005. Knowledge Production through Critical GIS: Genealogy and Prospects. Cartographica 40 (4), 5-21. #digimap

  24. critical GIS1. theory of GIS that locates GIS as an object that has disciplinary/societal effects2. to show how these effects operate3. to push against the limits of GIS4. to ask whether it could be different #digimap

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  28. Position of San Miguel Tiltepec on México IndígenaWe, the citizens of the community of San Miguel Tiltepec, through our Municipal Authority and Commissioner of Communal Goods, would like to let you know our position regarding an investigative project called México Indígena, begun in 2006 and finished in July of 2008, which produced a map containing information regarding place names as well as other cultural and geographical information furnished by people in our community.The investigative researchers and students (Derek Smith, John Kelly, Aída Ramos and others), headed by Peter Herlihy, who appeared before the General Assembly in our community, only told us that the aim of the research was to find out about the impacts of the PROCEDE program on indigenous communities. They never told us that the data they collected in our community would be turned over to the Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO) of the United States Army, and neither did they inform us that that institution was one of the sources of financing for the project. For this reason, we believe that our General Assembly was deceived by the researchers, who intended to gather information for their own interests.For the reasons stated above, we want to made our disagreement perfectly clear with regards to the investigation carried on in our community since we were never duly informed of the true aims of the project, the uses of the information furnished, or the sources of financing. #digimap http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8W7da0VuiL0

  29. Where is business… #digimap

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  35. http://www.google.com/glass/start/how-it-feels/ #digimap

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  41. “Headphones connected to the iPhone,iPhone connected to the Internet,connected to the Google,connected to the government.”(M.I.A., The Message, 2010) #digimap

  42. “Headphones connected to the iPhone,iPhone connected to the Internet,connected to the Google,connected to the government.”(M.I.A., The Message, 2010) • DoD  GPS • Representations of global space •  US military hegemony •  global capitalism #digimap

  43. “Headphones connected to the iPhone,iPhone connected to the Internet,connected to the Google,connected to the government.”(M.I.A., The Message, 2010) • DoD  GPS • Representations of global space •  US military hegemony •  global capitalism • FCC  Enhanced 911  LBS #digimap

  44. 2001ishEuropean LBS: bars, food, taxis SMS FriendFinderUS LBS: AT&T Find Friends #digimap

  45. 2001ishEuropean LBS: bars, food, taxis SMS FriendFinderUS LBS: AT&T Find Friends 2005… Google Earth Google Maps API Dopplr.com Qype.com Loopt.com Brightkite.com #digimap

  46. 2001ishEuropean LBS: bars, food, taxis SMS FriendFinderUS LBS: AT&T Find Friends 2005… Google Earth Google Maps API Dopplr.com Qype.com Loopt.com Brightkite.com #digimap

  47. March 2009  SXSW  foursquare Launch #digimap

  48. March 2009  SXSW  foursquare Launch #digimap

  49. March 2009  SXSW  foursquare Launch #digimap

  50. March 2009  SXSW  foursquare Launch #digimap