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  • Sur l'espace du tourisme: un voyageur en Tunisie. Eléments pour une sémiotique de l'espace touristique des Français. (French tourist space: a Tunisian voyage. Elements for a semiotic analysis)
  • Space and place. Mirrors of social and cultural identities ?
  • Australia ; New South Wales ; Semiotics of space ; Social space ; Territorial identity ; Urban area
  • Cultural studies ; Imperialism ; Place ; Semiotics of space ; Space ; Territory
  • The title is borrowed from Edward Said, one of those rare critics for whom a geographical imagination is indispensable. Geography is a recurrent motif in Said's writings because he is deeply interested in space and spatiality. The recognition
  • Utilising space in sheltered housing or fitting a quart into a pint pot : perspectives of architects and older people
  • Elderly people ; Espace vécu ; Habitability ; Housing ; Perception ; Residential environment ; Semiotics of space ; Societal relations
  • The A., using textual analysis of architects' professional discourse and interviews with older people, examines their different perspectives on space utilisation in sheltered housing.
  • Public space and the geography of the modern city
  • Modernity ; Public space ; Semiotics of space ; Urban area
  • Presence-experiences - the eventalisation of urban space
  • Cultural studies ; Denmark ; Event ; Participation ; Place ; Semiotics of space ; Urban area ; Young people
  • Following M. Foucault on eventalisation and H.M. Gumbrecht on presence-events, the A. focuses on subcultural and subpolitical groups trying to capture urban commercial spaces and to reverse or reveal their symbolic meaning. Using the oppositional
  • youth group Pirate Parties in Denmark, he argues that the eventalisation and the presence quality of space make events a desired experience and the qualities of the presence-experience more desired than the political content of the event.
  • Gunnar Olsson's transformers : the art and politics of rendering the co-relation of society and space in monochrome and technicolor
  • Art ; Difference ; Human geography ; Identity ; Linguistics ; Social life ; Social space
  • The paper explores the poststructural work of G. Olsson, a writer who has provided the most sustained and far-reaching engagement with co-relation to date. Consideration is given to Olsson's deconstruction of logic, dialectics, semiotics
  • and the empty forms of co-relation. This deconstruction enables one to appreciate the ethical and political performativity of Olsson's surrealist and hyperrealist optical art. The paper raises a vital question : what is the colour of co-relation and social space
  • ? Social space is iridescent.
  • Myth ; Semiotics of space ; Theory ; Town ; Town plan ; Urban morphology ; Urban theory ; Urbanism
  • Cultural studies ; Handicrafts ; Innovation ; Modernization ; Peripheral region ; Portugal ; Semiotics of space ; Tradition
  • Concept ; Geographical imagination ; Semiotics of space
  • Perception of the urban environment ; Semiotics of space ; Town ; Urban development
  • Architecture ; Durham ; England ; Perception ; Place ; Semiotics of space ; United Kingdom
  • Architecture ; Ethics ; Gender ; Semiotics of space ; Social life ; Town ; Urban practice
  • Civilization ; Cultural studies ; Image ; Landscape ; Postcard ; Semiotics of space
  • . A report is provided of methods designed to reveal how individual tourists interpret these postcards as semiotic texts. They seem to perpetuate experiences associated with Australian frontier mythologies.
  • Canada ; Ontario ; Perception ; Place ; Scale ; Semiotics of space ; Space ; Toronto
  • California ; Los Angeles ; Minority ; Public space ; Semiotics of space ; Territorial strategy ; United States of America ; Urban society
  • Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Perception of the urban environment ; Retail trade ; Semiotics of space ; Shopping centre ; Social space ; Spatial system ; United States ; Urban area ; Urban landscape
  • Shopping is the most important contemporary social activity. Developers and designers of the retail built environment exploit the power of place and an intuitive understanding of the structuration of space to facilitate consumption. They manipulate
  • shoppers' behavior through the configuration of space, and design a symbolic landscape. These strategies are examined to obtain an understanding of how the retail built environment works.
  • Seoul's deathscapes : incorporating tradition into modern time-space
  • Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Family ; Semiotics of space ; South Korea ; Space time ; Tradition ; Value system
  • Beijing ; Centrality ; China ; Perception of the urban environment ; Policy ; Political geography ; Power ; Semiotics of space ; Social practice ; Urban area ; Urban landscape ; Urban morphology
  • The paper reviews the relevant geographical literature on space, place and politics, then sketches the morphological evolution of the Square and the multiplicity of political meanings concretized in it. It examines the spatial practice of 20th
  • century oppositional movements focusing on the struggle for the Square in 1989, to demonstrate the extraordinary power of apparently placeless political movements over the production and definition of space.
  • Negotiated space : tourists, pilgrims, and the Baha'i terraced gardens in Haifa
  • Conflict ; Cultural landscape ; Israel ; Perception ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Semiotics of space ; Tourism