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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Daria Anisimova
Communications of Urban Initiative Groups and Community Managment: Media Aspects (Based on Analyses of 'Kommunarka in New Moscow's Communities)
Media Production in Creative Industries
(Master’s programme)
2016
The main objective of this research is to reveal the specificity of urban communities' practices in spaces of gentrification, to study the collaboration of urban communities, municipal authorities and building companies. The paper investigates the notion of " communicative city", "digital activism", and also discusses the concept of community management and its role, place and significance in the contemporary city. The author attempts to establish a taxonomy of communication features of communities on territiries of gentrification. Articles includes observation allow to draw conclusions about the specific interaction between the municipal authorities, building companies and citizens gentrification areas, and to determine the place of community management in communicative urban space.

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