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The transformation of public spaces in contemporary urban culture
Antonova Aleksandra Andreevna

Post-graduate student, Assistant, the department of Culturology and Art History, Far Eastern Federal University

690091, Russia, Primorsky Krai, Vladivostok, Sukhanova Street 8

antonova-sasha@yandex.ru
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Abstract.

The subject of this research is the processes of public spaces in contemporary urban culture. This paper explores the reasons that, according to most researchers, will lead to the decline of the traditional public life and urban public spaces. The author tries to present the arguments in favor of the existence of new forms of public spaces, and other forms of existence of social life in the cities.The author distinguishes two concepts are not well enough developed, in studies of public urban space: "mobility" and "hybridity". If fully explore these phenomena, we can solve the problem of confrontation between the public and private spheres, and to identify new forms of social interaction through the prism of fluidity of modern life.The theoretical basis of the research based on the concept of "mobile sociology" Urry. The concept of "mobility", which is based on the refusal of thinking in "terms of stable structures," allows to build a new research methodology public spaces.The main results of the study can be attributed primarily to the recognition of the existence of a certain duality in all social processes. This conclusion allows to see the mixing of public and private life and the emergence of the result of the hybrid spaces in the urban environment (libraries with remote access, parks with elements of virtual reality).There arise new types of public spaces (fairs mobile) and new ways of implementing publicity in traditional spaces (Wi-Fi access, mobile objects) in the urban environment.

Keywords: urban public, public culture, hybrid space, hybridity, mobility, urban environment, urban culture, public sphere, public space, urbanization

DOI:

10.7256/2409-8744.2017.1.21820

Article was received:

01-02-2017


Review date:

29-01-2017


Publish date:

06-02-2017


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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