We have to credit the people at Platial for coining (we believe, or at least popularizing) the term neogeography. It's a much needed term to replace the often overused psychogeography. The term is sufficiently abstract to serve as a broad category of un/non-professional geographic practices (walking mapping, tagging, etc.). It would often be appropriate to replace a number of activities/projects currently denoted as psychogeographic, with neogeographic. Psychogeography could then be a narrower term evoking the implicit political ambitions of the Situationists.
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