4 edition of Spatialities of urban change found in the catalog.
Spatialities of urban change
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|Statement||Lochner Marais & Gustav Visser (eds).|
|Contributions||Marais, Lochner., Visser, Gustav.|
|LC Classifications||HT169.S6 S67 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||2009470235|
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Spatialities of urban change: Selected themes from Bloemfontein at the beginning of the 21st century. Stellenbosch: AFRICAN SUN MeDIA. It is against a post-colonial backdrop that the collection of essays assembled in this book aims to make a contribution to understanding the realities of urban centres which feature less frequently in the Cited by: 6.
After drawing the conceptual framework of space, place and territory, the book initially explores how we sense space in the most visceral ways, and how the overlay of meanings attached to the sensorial characteristics of space change the way we perceive it – smell, spatial experiences using electroence phalography, and the changing meaning of darkness are discussed.
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The book continues exploring cartographic mapping not as a final outcome, but rather as an epistemological tool, an instrument of inquiry.
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The employment is the right to work, from the peculiar perspective of the spatial conditions and opportunities. Against the backdrop of the intense development of ICTs and their effects on labor, spaces, and socioeconomic dynamics, the terms “production” and “employment” need to be referred to economic activities, in which the separation between manufacturing, services, and retail.
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Future research into labor and urban form should build towards comparative understandings of the urban spatialities at play in union density and working class formation. A broadening of comparison and theory beyond Europe and North America is crucial (Chakrabarty,Roy,Sharp and Panetta,Keil, ).
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Cosgrove traces European landscape spatialities historically from local agrarian communities to landscapes of modern urban commercial life and symbolic landscapes of national identities and asserts that “the unique cultural experiences of a half-millennium of social and environmental modernization have yielded characteristically European Cited by: The Hybrid Spatialities of Transition: Capitalism, Legacy and Uneven Urban Economic Restructuring The aim of this paper is to scrutinise the essential features of urban change and.
The book concludes by focusing on spatial practices that challenge the status quo of how we perceive and understand urban spaces, from famous artists to anonymous interventions by traceurs and hackers of urban technologies. Combining space, place and territory as distinctive but interdependent concepts into an epistemological matrix may help us to understand contemporary phenomena and live them Cited by: 3.
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Above all, it makes us recognize how camps are now a central feature of our political and geographical lives. Shailja Sharma. Organized in three distinct parts, the book covers: production and consumption, and cosmopolitanism the spatialities of cosmopolitanism the deployment, mobilization and articulation of cosmopolitan.
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