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대한지리학회지 = Journal of the Korean Geographical Society v.41 no.5 = no.116, 2006년, pp.561 - 581  
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휴대폰 네트워크 속 인간 육체의 활동과 감정의 도시 공간
The Urban Space of the Motions and Emotions of Human Bodies in Mobile Networks

이희상    (경북대학교 지리교육과  );
  • 초록

    기계, 도시 그리고 육체는 오랜 시간 동안 함께 진화되어 왔으며, 최근 정보 통신 기술의 발달은 도시와 육체를 새로운 형태로 변형시켜 왔다. 본 논문은, 기계, 도시 그리고 육체의 관계에 관심을 가지면서, 휴대폰 네트워크가 어떻게 도시의 물리적 공간과 육체의 심리적 공간과 관계되는지를 탐구한다. 이를 위해 본 논문은 네 개의 주요 절로 구성된다. 먼저 휴대폰 네트워크가 도시 공간과 인간 육체를 변형시키는 방식에 대한 이론적 검토를 제공한다. 둘째로, 한국에서 기술적 및 제도적 변화를 통한 휴대폰 네트워크의 형성을 설명한다. 셋째로 일상 생활에서 휴대폰 이용자들의 활동 및 실천과 관련하여 휴대폰 네트워크의 사회-공간적 규모와 시-공간 경관을 살펴본다. 마지막으로, 휴대폰 네트워크와 연결 혹은 분리되고자 하는 휴대폰 이용자들의 감정 및 욕망과 관련하여 휴대폰 네트워크가 패러독스적인 감정 공간을 수반하는 방식에 주목한다.


    Machines, cities and bodies have been evolved together for a long time, and the recent development of information and communication technologies has transformed cities and bodies into new forms. Concerned with the relations between machines, cities and bodies, this paper explores how mobile networks are related with the physical space of the city and the psychological space of the body. The paper is organised into four main sections. First, it provides a theoretical review of the ways in which mobile networks transform urban spaces and human bodies. Secondly, it explains the generation of mobile networks through technological and institutional changes in Korea. Thirdly, it looks at the socio-spatial scales and time-space landscapes of mobile networks in relation to mobile users' motions and practices in their everyday lives. Finally, it attends to the ways in which mobile networks involve the production of paradoxical emotional spaces in relation to mobile users' emotions and desires to be dis/connected with mobile networks.


  • 주제어

    휴대폰 .   인간 육체 .   사이보그 .   사회 네트워크 .   통제 네트워크 .   지능/감정 공간.  

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