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Who owns the world's knowledge? Who produces it? Who is able to consume it? Has the Internet democratized geographies of information? This free interactive book containing accessible, informative and beautiful maps and graphics illustrates geographies of knowledge in our Internet Age. It visualizes and explores contemporary patterns of commercially produced and peer-produced knowledge. The intriguing results should be seen by anyone interested in better understanding the global flows of knowledge.

Geographies of the World's Knowledge Oxford University

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Who owns the world's knowledge? Who produces it? Who is able to consume it? Has the Internet democratized geographies of information? This free interactive book containing accessible, informative and beautiful maps and graphics illustrates geographies of knowledge in our Internet Age. It visualizes and explores contemporary patterns of commercially produced and peer-produced knowledge. The intriguing results should be seen by anyone interested in better understanding the global flows of knowledge.

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    An introduction to the ebook - 'Geographies of the World's Knowledge'

    An introduction to the ebook - 'Geographies of the World's Knowledge'

    Dr Mark Graham introduces 'Geographies of the World's Knowledge'. The book, available as PDF and interactive iBook, visualizes and explores contemporary patterns of commercially produced and peer-produced knowledge. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

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