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  • Belgique ; Enquête ; Espace d'activité ; Espace urbain ; Lieu ; Liège ; Mobilité ; Processus cognitif ; Zone périurbaine
  • Activity space ; Belgium ; Cognitive process ; Enquiry ; Liège ; Mobility ; Outer conurbation area ; Place ; Urban area
  • 2011
  • The Copernican shift in space tourism and its implications for tourism in the Great Karoo
  • Northern Cape ; Socio-economic system ; South Africa ; Spaceport ; Suborbital space flight ; Tourism
  • With the widely anticipated launch of commercial suborbital space travel in the near future, space tourism is finally set to come into its own after decades of frustration. This article outlines the history of space tourism. The need for a number
  • 2011
  • A hybrid framework for space-time modeling of environmental data
  • China ; Forecast ; Model ; Neural network ; Space time ; Spatial weighting ; Statistics ; Temperature ; Time series
  • The article presents a hybrid framework combining machine learning and statistical methods to address a modelisation of the nonlinearities and nonstationarities of environmental space-time series. A four-stage procedure is proposed and it is applied
  • 2011
  • The Creation of Play Spaces in Twentieth-century Amsterdam: From an Intervention of Civil Actors to a Public Policy
  • Amsterdam ; Children ; Netherlands (The) ; Play spaces ; Public space ; Recreation area ; Urban area ; Urban history ; children ; public space ; urban history
  • This case study uncovers a turning point in the production of play space in Amsterdam. Whereas over the first half of the twentieth century the creation of play spaces used to be the primary responsibility of the Amsterdam civil society
  • , this situation started to change after the Second World War. Between 1947 and 1970, the Amsterdam Urban Planning Department created over 700 public play spaces. These spaces were little niches in the urban public domain, specifically designed and constructed
  • 2011
  • Interrogating post-democratization : reclaiming egalitarian political spaces
  • 2011
  • Financializing space, spacing financialization
  • Concept ; Daily life ; Finance ; Financial crisis ; Financial ecology ; Financial market ; Financialization ; Neo liberalism ; Regulation theory ; Space
  • 2011
  • Scale and the construction of urban space : temporary re-scaling in Lahti, Finland, during the European Union meeting of 2006
  • temporary re-scalings are materialized and embodied in urban spaces. This is illustrated with material related to a European Union meeting that took place in the city of Lahti in 2006.
  • 2011
  • Czech Republic ; Marginality ; Methodology ; Peripheral region ; Polarization ; Space
  • This article focuses on the topic of the polarisation of space. Its objective is to give a basic overview of the theoretical and methodological aspects of research on peripheral areas and to discuss selected aspects. Attention is given
  • to the concept of polarisation of space as a central theoretical point of departure in studying peripheral areas. In the second section, attention is directed at defining the terms marginality/ peripherality and marginal/peripheral areas. - (EN)
  • 2011
  • Ethics, space, and somatic sensibilities : comparing relationships between scientific researchers and their human and animal experimental subjects
  • Bioethics ; Ethics ; Human body ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Social sciences ; Somatic sensibility ; Space ; Well-being
  • 2011
  • Placing voluntarism within evolving spaces of care in ageing rural communities
  • New spaces of the geographies of health and health care. Special issue
  • resistance voluntary organisations and volunteers are seen to be engaging most intensely with the challenge of ageing in place within evolving spaces of care.
  • 2011
  • Spaces of uncertainty : a model of mobile space in the Sahel
  • Africa ; Frontier region ; Inter-regional trade flow ; Mobile space ; Production of space ; Regional economy ; Sahel ; Spatial organization ; State ; Territoriality ; Territory ; West Africa
  • 2011
  • Public space as emancipation : meditations on anarchism, radical democracy, neoliberalism and violence
  • Civil society ; Neo liberalism ; Public space ; Social exclusion ; Society ; Violence
  • 2011
  • Chronotope, story, and historical geography : Mikhail Bakhtin and the space-time of narratives
  • Canada ; Conflict ; Cultural studies ; Ethnic minority ; Historical geography ; Land ; Space time ; Territorial identity ; Territory
  • 2011
  • Enacting separate social worlds : international and local students in public space in central Melbourne
  • Australia ; Melbourne ; Multiculturalism ; Public space ; Social interaction ; Students ; University ; Urban area ; Victoria
  • 2011
  • Open space, house prices, and the tax base
  • Housing cost ; Land appropriation ; Local government unit ; New Jersey ; Price fixing ; Public space ; Taxation system ; United States of America
  • 2011
  • Relational and dialectical spaces of knowing : knowledge, practice, and work in economic geography
  • Communication ; Community ; Connectivity ; Economic geography ; Firm ; Knowledge ; Network ; Occupational activity ; Proximity ; Social interaction ; Space
  • 2011
  • Public disorder and its relation to the community–civility–consumption Triad : a case study on the uses and users of contemporary urban public space
  • Canada ; Community ; Consumption ; Legislation ; Ontario ; Public space ; Social geography ; Toronto
  • 2011
  • Activity space ; Elite ; Europe ; European Union ; Geopolitical strategy ; Policy ; Territorial strategy
  • these concepts are conceived, represented, and mobilised by elite actors. The context of EU sociospatialities is examined, illustrated through elite activities in the wake of the 2004 accession to the EU. The assertion and performance of concepts such as space
  • , territory and positionality by elite actors created novel forms of politics which have become pivotal to the reconfiguration of EU space.
  • 2011
  • Networks in local health systems : towards new spaces ?
  • New spaces of the geographies of health and health care. Special issue
  • 2011
  • This volume of original essays navigates the spaces of science in the period and reveals how each is embedded in wider systems of meaning, authority and identity. Chapters explore the places of creation, the paths of knowledge transmission
  • and reception, and the importance of exchange networks. Studies range from inspection of places of science in London, showing how different scientific sites operated different moral and epistemic economies, to the scrutiny of the ways in which the museum space
  • of the Smithsonian Institution and the expansive space of the North American West produced science and framed geographical understanding. In this era, science varied in its constitution and reputation in relation to place and personnel, in its nature by virtue of its
  • 2011