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literature. As a consequence, what I’m pointing out is a research program more than an accomplished research. In a quite arbitrary way I consider the preceding literature, since antiquity, very important to building a genealogy of many of the metaphors I’ll mention. 20 | The Living City for instance (F.L.Wright), or the Saint Simonian metaphor of the urban infrastructure as an ar terial and vein network. A NEW URBAN QUESTION 3 127 function; the city as a banal machine,21 the “functional” city, the impor- tance of performances; the city as a factory, the social

Mattelart locates the struggle over territorial resources within a restructured organiza- tion of economic space in which the orientation of the world economy to- wards network organization is characterized by two distinct processes: the relocation of economic activities towards regions with low labour costs combined with liberal environmental regulations, and a highly flexible ag- glomeration of capital investments in ›innovative‹ world regions. The dy- namics of this development are threatening to create a two-speed social geography made up of a network of

research. Thousand Oaks et al.: SAGE. • Devereux, Georges (1998): Angst und Methode in den Verhaltenswissenschaften. Frankfurt a. M.: Suhrkamp. • Dirksmeier, Peter (2007): Der husserlsche Bild- begriff als theoretische Grundlage der reflexiven Fotografie. Ein Beitrag zur visuellen Methodologie. In: Social Geography 2, 1–10. https://doi. org/10.5194/sg-2-1-2007 • Dirksmeier, Peter (2013): Zur Methodologie und Performativität qualitativer visueller Methoden — die Beispiele der Autofotografie und reflexiven Fotografie. In: Eberhard Rothfuß/Thomas Dörfler (Hg

(2009a): Statistisches Jahrbuch der Stadt Wien 2009, Wien: Ma- gistrat der Stadt Wien MA 5 – Finanzwesen. Stadt Wien (2009b): Bericht der internationalen Aktivitäten der Stadt Wien, Wien: Stadt Wien/Magistratsdirektion Auslandsbeziehungen. Stankovsky, Jan/Wolfmayr-Schnitzer, Yvonne (1996): Österreich als Standort für Ostzentralen (Studie). Wien: WIFO. Stöber, Birgit (2007): Von „brandneuen“ Städten und Regionen – Place Bran- ding und die Rolle der visuellen Medien, in: Social Geography, 2, S. 47- 61. Stoy, Christian/ Kytzia, Susanne (2005): Office building

, Stuttgart: Met- zler, 2010. 15 | Hensel, Michael, Hight, Christopher, Menges, Achim, „En route: Towards a Discourse on Heterogeneous Space beyond Modernist Space-Time and Post-Modernist Social Geography“, in: Hensel, Michael, Hight, Christopher, Menges, Achim (Hsg.), Space Reader. Heterogeneous Space in Architecture, Chichester: John Wiley & Sons LTD, 2009, S. 7. 16 | Christina, Hilger, Vernetzte Räume: Plädoyer für den spatial turn in der Ar- chitektur, Bielefeld: Transcript, 2011. 17 | Bonsiepe, Gui, „Von der Praxisorientierung zur Erkenntnisorientierung oder: Die

Geometrie immer eine soziokulturelle Dimension vermittelt, was wie folgt ausgedrückt wird: «Much of the power of the maps, as a representation of social geography, is that it operates behind a mask of a seemingly neutral sciences. It hides and denies its so- cial dimensions at the same time as it legitimates. [...] They have ensured that maps are at least as much an image of the social order as they are a measurement oft he penomenal world of objects.»238 Der sozialen Dimension in Karten scheint in dieser naturwissenschaftlich ge- prägten Weltanschauung zu wenig

preparation imparts a feeling of home (see Pinther/Weigand 2018, 80). In their exhibition Küche der Erinnerung. Essen & Exil the curators Veronika Zwerger and Ursula Seeber underline the meaning of food and cooking for (e)migrants: “In many fictional and autobiographical works of exile, cooking and eating are described as identity-defining and stabilizing factors. They symbolize belonging to a specific group – political, religious, social, geographical, familial” 2 (Zwerger/Seeber 2018, 7). The exhibition demonstrated that recipes, dishes and even whole cafés or