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  • Comportement ; Cécité ; Distance ; Espace ; Perception ; Processus cognitif ; Structure spatiale
  • Behaviour ; Cognitive process ; Distance ; Perception ; Space ; Spatial structure
  • 1997
  • Concept ; Didactique ; Education ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Epistémologie ; Espace ; France ; Lieu ; Processus cognitif ; Savoir géographique ; Territoire
  • Cognitive process ; Concept ; Didactics ; Education ; Epistemology ; France ; Geographical knowkedge ; Place ; Space ; Teaching of geography ; Territory
  • 1997
  • Espace perçu ; Géographie humaine ; Italie ; Perception ; Processus cognitif ; Représentation de l'espace ; Territoire ; Toscana
  • Cognitive process ; Cognitive space ; Human geography ; Italy ; Perception ; Spatial representation ; Territory ; Toscana
  • 1997
  • Carte mentale ; Cognition spatiale ; Comportement spatial ; Espace perçu ; Espace vécu ; Image mentale ; Méthodologie ; Perception ; Processus cognitif ; Psychologie expérimentale ; Représentation de l'espace
  • Cognitive process ; Cognitive space ; Espace vécu ; Mental image ; Mental map ; Methodology ; Perception ; Spatial behaviour ; Spatial representation
  • 1997
  • Between process and individuation : translating metaphors and narratives of urban space
  • The A. wants to explore more closely Lefebvre's injunction for a careful examination of the relationship between space, language and politics. He wants to examine the metaphors used by scholars theorizing urban space and everyday urban life
  • . Conceptual and political problems are associated with the adoption of various metaphors about urban space.
  • 1997
  • 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.
  • 1997
  • Mapping the terrain of time-space compression : power networks in everyday life
  • Capitalism ; Concept ; Daily life ; Economic system ; Partnership ; Power ; Social network ; Societal relations ; Space time
  • The A. seeks a more comprehensive mapping of the experience of time-space in late modernity. Building on Massey's notion of power geometry, he integrates discussions of time-space with an application of different understandings of power
  • and their manifestations - in latent-power conditions, socioeconomic networks, actor networks, local interpersonal relations, and the network spaces of subjectivity.
  • 1997
  • Structural changes in commercial centers and new concept for urban space
  • This paper aims to analize the structural changes in commercial centers and new concept for urban space in Japan. - (KA)
  • 1997
  • The annihilation of space by law : the roots and implications of anti-homeless laws in the United States
  • Citizenship ; Globalization ; Homelessness ; Ideology ; Legislation ; Public space ; Social exclusion ; Town ; United States of America
  • The purpose of this paper is to explore the nature and implications of anti-homeless laws, and their relationship to the ideology of globalization and livability in four areas. The changing legal structure of public space is examinded in American
  • cities, focusing on th rash of laws that seek to limit the actions of homeless people. These laws attempt the annihilation of the people who live in space. They reflect and reinforce a exclusionary sense of modern citizenship.
  • 1997
  • 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
  • 1997
  • Space to grow old in : the availability of public spaces for elderly persons in Singapore
  • Action space ; Elderly people ; Public space ; Retired people ; Service ; Singapore ; Social policy ; Spatial allocation ; State control ; Urban area
  • 1997
  • Restucturing urban space and local communities in Tokyo : on the applicability of the theories of Castells and Harvey
  • This paper attempts to review the theoretical framework of the urban restructuring process proposed by M. Castelles and D. Harvey, and to examine the effectiveness of their western theories through field survey of restructuring urban space and local
  • 1997
  • 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
  • 1997
  • More space through telework? Flexible forms of work and their impact on spatial organisation and mobility through an analysis of changing time-space behaviour
  • Commuting ; Flexibility ; Journey to work ; Labour ; Space time ; Spatial behaviour ; Teleworking
  • In this study the effects of telework on the behaviour of people in time and space are investigated. The study is highly future-oriented. The subject has been approached from the theoretical viewpoint that telework affects the flexibility
  • of individual teleworkers in time and space. The timing and choice of locations for activities can be influenced and this enable changes in individual travel behaviour. - (AGD)
  • 1997
  • Cyber-Space : Eine Herausforderung der Raumwissenschaften am Beispiel eines geomorphologischen Atlasses Deutschland
  • Cyber-Space : un défi pour les sciences de l'espace, l'exemple d'un atlas géomorphologique de l'Allemagne
  • Atlas ; Computing ; Geographical information ; Geomorphological mapping ; Germany ; Space
  • L'Internet, qui permet à ses utilisateurs d'obtenir toute sorte d'information de façon interactive, est considéré comme un Cyber-Space. La géographie, dont le principal objet d'étude est l'espace, doit profiter de ce nouveau type d'espace. Comme
  • 1997
  • Oh yes I can. Oh no you can't : children and parents' understandings of kids' competence to negotiate public space safely
  • Behaviour ; Children ; Perception ; Public space ; Security ; Social geography ; Social theory ; Society ; United Kingdom
  • The paper aims to develop some of the issues raised in Hart's research by looking specifically at the issue of children's competence in relation to the ability of children to negociate public space alone safely, and in doing so to make the concept
  • of children's competence more explicit in geography. The material is based on interviews carried out with parents of children aged 8-11 in the UK and on focus group discussions with children about their experiences of public space and how they get round
  • 1997
  • National idea, state-building and boundaries in the post-Soviet space (the case of Georgia)
  • Georgia, a newly independent state in the Transcaucasus, bears most of the common features of the Post-Soviet political space. But it has distinct peculiarities in state-building due to its location and historical legacy. The national self-identity
  • 1997
  • Diffusion ; Distance ; Flow ; Network ; Space ; Space time ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial structure ; Territorial strategy ; Territory
  • In a rapidly restructuring world, in which distance is becoming increasingly irrelevant as an influence on many forms or behaviour, territoriality remains an important aspect of the manipulation of space for economic, social, political and cultural
  • 1997
  • The dead, place/space, and social activism : constructing the nationscape in historic Melaka
  • Cultural identity ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Economic restructuring ; Land use ; Malaysia ; Nationalism ; Semiotics of space ; Site preservation
  • to appropriate space, in a piece of historic land in Melaka.
  • 1997
  • Mapping the self : gender, space, and modernity in mid-Victorian London
  • Behaviour ; Cultural studies ; England ; Historical geography ; London ; Modernism ; Nineteenth Century ; Public space ; Social space ; Territorial identity ; United Kingdom ; Woman
  • 1997