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London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
xi, 241 stran : ilustrace ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-0-8153-9624-6 (vázáno)
ISBN 978-0-8153-9625-3 (brožováno)
Regions and cities ; volume 131
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List of figures viii // List of tables ixc // List of contributors x // 1 Creating smart cities 1 - Rob Kitchin, Claudio Coletta, Leighton Evans and Liam Heaphy // PART I // The political economy of smart cities 19 // 2 A Digital Deal for the smart city: Participation, protection, progress 21 - Jathan Sadowski // 3 Politicising smart city standards 33 - James Merricks White // 4 Urban revitalization through automated policing and "smart" surveillance in Camden, New Jersey 49 - Alan Wiig // 5 Can urban "miracles" be engineered in laboratories? Turning Medellin into a model city for the Global South 62 - Felix Talvard // 6 Building smart city partnerships in the "Silicon Docks" 76 - Liam Heaphy and Reka Petercsak // 7 Towards a study of city experiments 90 - Brice Laurent and David Pontille // 8 University campuses as testbeds of smart urban innovation 104 - Andrew Karvonen, Chris Martin andjames Evans // PART II // Smart cities, citizenship and ethics 119 // 9 Who are the end-use(r)s of smart cities? A synthesis of conversations in Amsterdam 121 - Christine Richter, Linnet Taylor, Shazade Jameson and Carmen Perez del Pulgar // 10 "Cityzens become netizens": Hashtag citizenships in the making of India’s 100 smart cities 131 - Ayona Datta // 11 From smart cities to smart citizens? Searching for the "actually existing smart citizen" in Atlanta, Georgia 144 - Taylor Shelton and Thomas Lodato // 12 Promises, practices and problems of collaborative infrastructuring: The case of Dublin City Council (DCC) Beta and Code for Ireland 155 - Sung- Yueh Perng // 13 Smart for a reason: Sustainability and social inclusion in the sharing city 169 - Duncan McLaren and Julian Agyeman // 14 Pseudonymisation and the smart city: Considering the General Data Protection Regulation 182 - Maria Helen Murphy //
15 The privacy parenthesis: Private and public spheres, smart cities and big data 194 - Leighton Evans // 16 The challenges of cybersecurity for smart cities 205 - Martin Dodge and Rob Kitchin // PART III // Conclusion // 17 Reframing, reimagining and remaking smart cities - Rob Kitchin // Index

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