Public PartYcipation

  • Maria Androulaki University of Edinburgh

Abstract

This paper introduces social and spatial aspects related to gastronomic experiences and issues of digital media and culture. The tools of exploration involve “Cocktail partYcipationâ€[1]a gastronomic urban intervention and 35 in depth interviews related to culinary prosuming practices. The results of this study suggest that nowadays a high awareness of the notion of a transformed citizenship is observed what it is called in this paper the notion of the private-public citizenship. This paper suggests that this ascertainment could play a vital role in constructing strategies and actions for the revitalization of public spaces. 
 

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Published
2013-08-26
How to Cite
ANDROULAKI, Maria. Public PartYcipation. International SERIES on Information Systems and Management in Creative eMedia (CreMedia), [S.l.], n. 2013/3, p. 9-17, aug. 2013. ISSN 2341-5576. Available at: <http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org/Journal/index.php/series/article/view/100>. Date accessed: 18 sep. 2019.

Keywords

Public Space, Prosumption
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