1. A body of people or things viewed collectively.
For much of the 20th century, when asking someone how they define ‘community’ it is very likely you would get a response involving a physical location. One’s community was commonly derived from one’s home, one’s school, one’s town.
Much like technology and our cityscape, the 21st century is where the development of ‘community’ has progressed. The word today, tends to relate much closer to one’s identity, rather than where one lives. Community now, is not just something that someone fits into, it is chosen for oneself. It is heavily based on shared characteristics and circumstances.
Future #2090 ‘Community Centres’ may be of the innovation collaborative characteristics and circumstances to create beacons of future community territories. Space reformed.