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  • A position-sensitive sequence-alignment method illustrated for space-time activity-diary data
  • Distance ; Methodology ; Netherlands (The) ; Space time ; Spatial analysis
  • Sequence-alignment methods are not appropriate to measure the distances by which activities change their sequential order in activity diaries. The AA. report on the development of a position-sensitive method for activity analysis. The problem
  • is specified, and the key concepts are addressed. The method is illustrated with data on activity patterns collected in the Netherlands. The A. concludes with a critical discussion of the basic assumptions of the method and avenues of future research
  • Daily-life activity space of Chinese citizens - A case study of Lanzhou City
  • China ; Cluster analysis ; Daily life ; Gansu ; Space time ; Time geography ; Urban area
  • by cluster analysis. The daily-life activity space in each day is examined based on temporal-spatial changes of activities using time-geography approach. - (KA)
  • Action space ; Participation ; Policy ; Political life ; Private space ; Public space ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Woman
  • The relationship between women's standing in the public sphere and their activism is problematized. Women's activism is shaped by strategic choices to locate either in public or in private spaces. Publicity and privacy are reconceptualized in ways
  • that separate the content of actions from the spaces in which action is taken. The activism is evaluated in terms of the efficacy of various actions.
  • Revisiting time-space diaries : an exploratory case study of tourist behaviour in Cornwall, England
  • Behaviour ; Cornwall ; Cultural studies ; England ; Enquiry ; Holidays ; Motivation ; Space time ; Tourism ; United Kingdom
  • The AA. examine the potential contribution of time-space diaries to the analysis of tourism behaviour. They pay attention to how such diaries can provide insights into activities and tourism activity spaces which are not available from tourism
  • questionnaire surveys. These arguments are illustrated by the results of a time-space diary survey undertaken in Newquay. The AA. explore differences in activities and activity spaces related to the types of accommodation used, occupational and family structures
  • Code and the transduction of space
  • Activity space ; Communication ; Daily life ; England ; London ; Production of space ; Software ; Space ; Technology ; United Kingdom
  • Disaggregating the space-time layers of city-centre activities and their users
  • Activity space ; Attendance ; Inner city ; Social group ; Space time ; Time geography ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • On the contours of public space : a tale of three women
  • Activity space ; Gender ; New York City ; Private space ; Public space ; Regulation ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban practice ; Woman
  • The AA. suggest that there are significant but neglected connections between the regulation of public space to which S. Hall was subjected at New York in 1879 and the exclusionary effects associated with the regulation of public spaces in western
  • The third space as critical engagement
  • Action space ; Participation ; Social geography ; Social life ; Social movement ; Social practice ; Social sciences ; Societal relations
  • Believing that personal, textual and political spheres of activity can influence one another in important ways, the A. wants to investigate the potential for an active third space where these sites could be explored, worked through and researched
  • . The paper elucidates the notion critical engagement to explore this third space. The A. relates his involvement with Glasgow Earth First in the campaign against the M77 motorway.
  • The importance of teachers' perception of space in education
  • Environmental perception ; Perception ; Space ; Teaching
  • carefully planned use of space, which demands active inclusion of the public in addition to relevant services. For successful public inclusion it is important for both individuals and social communities to be aware that space is a limited commodity. - (L'A.).
  • In addition to environmental problems, spatial pressures are also being exacerbated by increasing economic development, the prosperity of the European population, and the increasing needs of various activities. These can only be mitigated through
  • Activities of private developers and office location in the central region of Hiroshima city
  • The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relation between the development of office space, the location of office renting floor space and the influences of the activities of private developers on business office districts in Hiroshima City
  • Pleasure and danger: the paradoxical spaces of sexual citizenship
  • Spaces of citizenship
  • The spaces of citizenship are considered in relation to sexuality. Various articulations of sexual citizenship, through consumption and activism, are considered in relation to critiques of citizenship theory. Between public and private, between sin
  • Policing space. Review Symposium
  • Activity space ; Los Angeles ; Police ; Production of space ; Public order ; Public space ; Territoriality ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • L'espace d'activité du Département de Police de Los Angeles et sa territorialité. Rôle de la police dans le contrôle de l'espace public. Commentaires à propos de l'ouvrage de Steve Herbert, Policing space.
  • The impact of telecommuting on the activity spaces of participants
  • Action space ; California ; Commuting ; Induced effect ; Location ; Space time ; Spatial analysis ; Telecommunications ; Teleworking ; Trip ; United States of America
  • Economic activity and the quality of public space in inner cities―Amsterdam, for example
  • Amsterdam ; Cognitive space ; Economic activity ; Inner city;Town centre ; Netherlands (The) ; Perception of the urban environment ; Public space ; Social space ; Urban area ; Urban life
  • The U. K. Space ressources, environment and the future.
  • Administration ; Aménagement régional ; Croissance urbaine ; Eau ; Economie régionale ; Energie ; Environnement ; Espace ; Gestion ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Mobilité ; Population active ; Ressource ; Royaume-Uni ; Système urbain ; Transport
  • La politique régionale, le cadre administratif et sa réforme, la population active, sa mobilité structurelle et géographique. L'usage du sol, problème de l'eau. Energie. Transport et le système urbain. (CC).
  • A design model for allocating interrelated land-use activities in discrete space
  • Spaces of dependence, spaces of engagement and the politics of scale, or looking for local politics
  • Activity space ; Local authority ; Local development ; Local policy ; Political geography ; Scale ; Social network ; Territorial strategy
  • Shopping, space, and practice
  • Activity space ; Behaviour ; Consumption ; England ; Retail trade ; Shopping behaviour ; United Kingdom ; Urban practice
  • The AA. address questions of shopping as practised and its relation to shopping space. They argue that modes of shopping, which comprise distinctive sets of shopping practices involving relations to goods, relations of looking, the place of shopping
  • in the rythms of everyday life, and the socialities of sopping, are used to invest meaning in particular types of shopping space and to produce personalised shopping geographies. These arguments are developed in relation to charity shops and charity shopping.
  • Analysing space-time behaviour : new approaches to old problems
  • Behaviour ; Logit model ; Space time ; Spatial choice ; Time geography ; Utility fonction
  • The notion that activity-travel patterns are highly constrained has been frequently used in analytical studies and models of time-space behaviour. The popularity of this field of research lost most of its momentum in geography in the 1990s
  • , but is now the dominant approach among civil engineers in transportation research. The paper critically reviews these developments. It briefly sommarizes recent developments in space-time research, focusing on empirical and modelling studies. Potential
  • The spatial structure consists of an inland space, a marine space and a port space functioning as a node to combine the former two spaces. Since these spaces are interrelated or combined by the movement of people or materials, fishers' daily
  • movement is then examinated. With fishing grounds shrinking in size, those along the coast have become important. Local fishers utilise them, and this has caused fish resource management problems. On the other hand, recreational activities play an important