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  • Interpreting urban space through cognitive map sketching and sequence analysis
  • Analyse séquentielle ; Canada ; Carte cognitive ; Espace urbain ; Ontario ; Perception ; Processus cognitif ; Toronto
  • 2008
  • The homonormalisation of white heterosexual leisure spaces in Bloemfontein, South Africa
  • It is suggested that homonormalised spaces are far more than heteronormativity infiltrating the gay (leisure) world through a range of consumption-led processes/events, or gay male capitulation to such normative hegemonies. It is argued
  • 2008
  • The production of private space and its implications for urban social relations
  • Arizona ; Private property ; Private space ; Public space ; Social control ; Societal relations ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban society
  • 2008
  • Driving spaces : a cultural-historical geography of England's M1 motorway
  • Cultural geography ; Cultural landscape ; England ; Historical geography ; Motorway ; Road ; Space ; United Kingdom
  • Focusing on the design, construction and use of England's M1 motorway, the A. traces the social and cultural geographies and histories of the spaces of motorway driving. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach, and draws on archival materials
  • 2008
  • The technological metaphysics of planetary space : being in the age of globalization
  • 2008
  • Recognizing urban public space as a co-educator : children's socialization in Ghent
  • Activity space ; Belgium ; Children ; East Flanders ; Gent ; Public space ; Social space ; Urban area
  • 2008
  • Cities in modernity : representations and productions of metropolitan space, 1840-1930
  • Built up area ; Historical geography ; London ; New York City ; Perception ; Perception of the urban environment ; Production of space ; Toronto ; Urban area ; Urban geography
  • on their historical geographies, on the production, representation and use of urban space. It presents new ways of seeing cities in political and religious discourse, social and private space, such as apartment buildings, office blocks and department stores
  • 2008
  • . imperialism being held within the U.S. The movement to close the SOA traces the lines of the topology that shapes spaces of exception in Latin America. The essay looks at the doings of protest space as a form of resistance to the space of exception.
  • 2008
  • Closed spaces : can't live with them, an't live without them
  • Concept ; Daily life ; Epistemology ; Germany ; Perception ; Regionalization ; Reunification ; Space ; Territory
  • 2008
  • Measuring and modelling biodiversity from space
  • biodiversity from space. Second, they examine advances in direct approaches for measuring species and land-cover classifications. Third, they examine advances in modelling patterns of species and diversity. Finally, they examine the applications of remote
  • 2008
  • Communication ; Cyberspace ; Internet ; Italy ; Network ; Space ; Territory ; Web site
  • ICT and the World Wide Web have contributed to the articulation and de-articulation of the material space. The post modern geographic spaces become a strict mix of territories and networks in which the identity of places and population arises. Those
  • 2008
  • Critical geographies and the uses of sexuality : deconstructing queer space
  • Behaviour ; Critical geography ; Gender ; Homosexuality ; Racism ; Sexual behaviour ; Space
  • 2008
  • Civil liberties and the regulation of public space : the case of sidewalks in Las Vegas
  • Nevada ; Pedestrians ; Privatisation ; Public space ; Security ; United States of America ; Urban administration ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban environment
  • 2008
  • Toponyms are that particular layer in landscape which reflects the link between physical space and human perception, understanding and interpretation of this space. Experts from numerous fields are engaged in researching toponyms. Nevertheless
  • , the relation between toponyms and the spaces they describe still remains relatively unresearched. Among all the toponyms, field names are those that describe (cultural) landscape in most detail. They have evolved as a kind of side product of physical
  • rearrangement of land for agricultural production purposes. The paper analyses field names in the selected area to establish the relation between field names and physical spaces they describe, and whether and in what way they can be used in planning
  • 2008
  • Family ; Gender ; Homosexuality ; Identity ; Sexual behaviour ; Sexuality ; Social change ; Social space ; Society ; Space
  • In the 1980s geographers began to use post-structuralist ideas to rethink the interconnections between social identity categories and spatiality. During the 1990s some scholars began to explore how spaces are sexualised and gendered and how gender
  • ,sex and sexuality are spatialised. There is a reconceptualisation of the sexualised and gendered qualities and experiences of space which moves beyond rights-based politics and the maintenance of heterosexual/homosexual, man/woman and masculine
  • 2008
  • The Internet, mobile phone and space-time constraints
  • Activity space ; Communication ; Daily life ; Gender ; Internet ; Mobile phone ; Space time ; Time geography ; Utrecht ; Way of life
  • 2008
  • Concept ; Epistemology ; Governance ; Space ; Territory
  • 2008
  • Cyclical clusters in global circuits : overlapping spaces in furniture trade fairs
  • 2008
  • Spaces of every-night life : for geographies of sleep, sleeping and sleepiness
  • 2008
  • Ethics ; Identity ; Ideology ; Private space ; Residence ; Space
  • 2008