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Issue 1

Editorial

Transitions 1 – 2
The Editors The Editors

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Guest editorial

Situating neogeography 3 – 9
Matthew W Wilson, Mark Graham

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Neogeography and volunteered geographic information: a conversation with Michael Goodchild and Andrew Turner 10 – 18
Matthew W Wilson, Mark Graham

Crowdsourced cartography: mapping experience and knowledge 19 – 36
Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin

Situating performative neogeography: tracing, mapping, and performing “Everyone’s East Lake” 37 – 54
Wen Lin

Neogeography and the delusion of democratisation 55 – 69
Mordechai Haklay

Commentary

Political applications of the geoweb: citizen redistricting 70 – 76
Jeremy W Crampton

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Augmented realities and uneven geographies: exploring the geolinguistic contours of the web 77 – 99
Mark Graham, Matthew Zook

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Mapping the geoweb: a geography of Twitter 100 – 102
Mark Graham, Monica Stephens, Scott Hale

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Commentary

Whose crisis? Spatial imaginaries of class, poverty, and vulnerability 103 – 108
Sarah Elwood, Victoria Lawson

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Gentrification or ‘multiplication of the suburbs’? Residential development in New Zealand’s coastal countryside 109 – 125
Damian Collins

Noxious neighbours? Interrogating the impacts of sex premises in residential areas 126 – 141
Phil Hubbard, Spike Boydell, Penny Crofts, Jason Prior, Glen Searle

Too much food and too little sidewalk? Problematizing the obesogenic environment thesis 142 – 158
Julie Guthman

Spatial development of producer services in the Chinese urban system 159 – 179
Fiona F Yang, Anthony G O Yeh

Ecologies of experience: materiality, sociality, and the embodied experience of (street) performing 180 – 196
Paul Simpson

Railway franchising in Great Britain and effects of the 2008/09 economic recession 197 – 216
Richard D Knowles

Spaces of neoliberal experimentation: soft spaces, postpolitics, and neoliberal governmentality 217 – 234
Graham Haughton, Phil Allmendinger, Stijn Oosterlynck