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The Changing Nature of Nature

The Changing Nature of Nature THE CHANGING NATURE OF NATURE S. Jennifer Light field of information is the he blossoming technology increasingly adopting of architecture and urban New terms such as ’infor- T languages planning. ’electronic ’virtual ’electronic mation cities’, saloons’, superhighways’, pubs’, of ’virtual town and ’Internet malls’ are the ’cities bits’, meetings’ flooding in after article about the of new technolo- American media article implications environments. enthusiasm for virtual for social gies Observing growing popular scholars are the conclusion that Americans’ devel- geographies, offering striking these are with oping relationships technologies redefining historically complex as and ideas such ’community’, ’public space’ ‘identity’.1 This on the social architecture of and virtual as emphasis cyberspace spaces of built environment is Yet a remains extensions the exciting. parallel question If the Internet and trends in sci- remarkably underexplored. parallel computer artificial and artificial are to trans- ence, life, including intelligence contributing about and the and if formations in the we think ’self’, networks, ways ’identity’ are the we think about ’com- email and electronic conferences transforming ways not and and will electronic munity’ ’public space’, landscapes, digital ecologies and virtual natures our ideas about natural environments even ’nature’, reshape in western one of the most http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecumene SAGE

The Changing Nature of Nature

Ecumene , Volume 4 (2): 15 – Apr 1, 1997

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0967-4608
DOI
10.1177/147447409700400204
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THE CHANGING NATURE OF NATURE S. Jennifer Light field of information is the he blossoming technology increasingly adopting of architecture and urban New terms such as ’infor- T languages planning. ’electronic ’virtual ’electronic mation cities’, saloons’, superhighways’, pubs’, of ’virtual town and ’Internet malls’ are the ’cities bits’, meetings’ flooding in after article about the of new technolo- American media article implications environments. enthusiasm for virtual for social gies Observing growing popular scholars are the conclusion that Americans’ devel- geographies, offering striking these are with oping relationships technologies redefining historically complex as and ideas such ’community’, ’public space’ ‘identity’.1 This on the social architecture of and virtual as emphasis cyberspace spaces of built environment is Yet a remains extensions the exciting. parallel question If the Internet and trends in sci- remarkably underexplored. parallel computer artificial and artificial are to trans- ence, life, including intelligence contributing about and the and if formations in the we think ’self’, networks, ways ’identity’ are the we think about ’com- email and electronic conferences transforming ways not and and will electronic munity’ ’public space’, landscapes, digital ecologies and virtual natures our ideas about natural environments even ’nature’, reshape in western one of the most

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EcumeneSAGE

Published: Apr 1, 1997

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