How environments speak: everyday mobilities, impersonal speech, and the geographies of commentary
This paper examines commentary as a mode of speaking that has not received sufficient attention by social and cultural geographers. In contrast to a representational understanding of commentary, where commentary is the expert interpretation of an environment, this paper develops a more passive understanding of commentary where the commentator is a figure through which the affective, material forces that constitute environments become expressed. Based on qualitative fieldwork in Sydney,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Social and Cultural Geography 16.2 (2015): 146-164.|
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