Concept abstract 1st article

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Published on: 21/02/2011

(from the sandwich writing with Nuria)

With the arrival of social media like blogs and community sites, clusters of stories about neighborhoods or city districts are becoming a common phenomenon. Residents gather stories and share them online, where people can read them and leave comments. Theoretical concepts used in previous literature shows the impact these creative communities have on cultural citizenship. A systematic analysis of the field yields a definition of neighborhood story websites, as well as the variation in certain dimensions among them. The variation is related to the theoretical concepts in order to formulate research questions. These will be further elaborated on by relating them to two specific cases of neighborhood story websites in Amsterdam.

Added on March 17th:

  1. Wrt the second last sentence: add ‘how’ later.
  2. Wrt the last sentence: ‘what’ comes out?

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  1. [...] with sandwich-writing with Nuria (1o min writing/ 10 minutes discussing/ etc). Here the ‘end product’: an abstract of the first article. Print PDF No Comments – Leave a [...]

  2. [...] together with the theoretical perspectives that one can have on these cases. See e.g. this post with a concept abstract. Print PDF No Comments – Leave a [...]

  3. [...] older abstract can be found here. (still a bit directed towards article [...]

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