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Article review: Rebecca Randall

In Honours blog on May 31, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Randall, Rebecca. “Reported experiences of presence, space, and place in virtual environments” Monash University.

This study is not that relevant. Looking more at online concepts of space, and only occasionally brings in the concepts of psychogeography and dérive.

“The SI would practise the dérive in an effort to realise and denote actualities of a physical sense of space. Through the SI practise of the dérive and subsequent psychogeographical maps, the SI and Debord (1994) believed that these types of ephemeral actions are passages to a new way of life if only to be expanded.”

There is not that much in this report that’s relevant.

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