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I am also grateful to the students on my ‘Electronic Media’ MA module at the University of Sunderland, where some of the arguments made here were first rehearsed. 2 A key point of reference there, for Scannell, is the concept of ‘de-severance’, employed by Martin Heidegger (1962: 138) in his discussion of the ‘spatiality’ of ‘Being-in-the-world’. Indeed, Heidegger (1962: 140) briefly mentioned the medium of radio himself, pointing to its potential role in ‘the conquest of remoteness’ and a ‘de-severance of the “world” ’.

Which indicates that ‘if shared local resources are prime targets for the making of small talk, then perhaps shared resources from the aural environment are … likely to trigger comment in telephone conversation in the absence of mutually accessible physical resources’ (Drew and Chilton 2000: 151). This brings us back, ultimately, to where the chapter (and also the final section of the chapter) began. By drawing our attention once again to the media settings (in this case, for talk-in-interaction) that overlay the physical locations of electronic media users, Drew and Chilton are returning to the pivotal idea that place, and experiences of being-in-place, can be pluralized in and by electronically mediated communication.

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