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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Maria Talyzina
Transformation of the Practices of Navigation in Digital City:an Anthropological and Economic Aspects (on the Example of User Experience on Mobile App 2gis)
Journalism
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The graduation proposal is an attempt at highlighting some issues pertaining to the sphere of urban digitalization. The topic is intended to cover the major issues of «stress» and «mobility» in the City. Though the topic ranks among traditional investigations – there are numerous theoretical and empirical works on the study in question – it seems to be always of interest. This research attempts to become one of these investigations that aim at considering the newest mobile interfaces. This project will review some of the contemporary approaches to understanding the new opportunities of the Digital and Mobile City. The results of analyzing spatial and social exploration will be incorporated into evaluating the level of social mobility.

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