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Urban Development Change as a Response to Information Technology

Author(s): Janiece Upshaw, Theodore Larson, John Hubbard

Citation: Janiece Upshaw, Theodore Larson, John Hubbard, (2021) "Urban Development Change as a Response to Information Technology," Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability, Vol. 16, Iss. 3, pp. 52-57

Article Type: Research paper

Publisher: North American Business Press


Change in information systems is a continuation of the development of technology, systems, and the urban environment throughout history. This paper puts this into perspective through three areas. By considering housing, jobs, and communication as a representative selection of functions based on Cooley’s Theory of Transportation, it is possible to demonstrate the increasing need for a structured and deliberate consideration of the changing needs and opportunities inherent in a developing technology and communications-driven environment. These needs can be mirrored through housing, job, and communications needs as a progression of technology and through decentralization via communications and networks.