Michelle Hall is a PhD candidate within the Institute of Creative Industries and Innovation at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Her research explores that ways consumption practices may support experiences of place-based community in gentrifying inner city neighbourhoods.
EditorialOur challenge for this special issue was to describe and analyse the zones we live in and to a large extent take for granted. There are micro zones. These are small intimate spaces that are very temporary and circumscribe activity between two or three people. The second category of zone is we might call mezzo or mid-range zones. These are zones wherein activities that occupy us for several...Read more