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  • Variations of spacings between beach cusps discussed in relation to edge wave theory
  • Variations in cusp spacings of beach cusp systems have been examined, and the conclusion is that the apparent regularity of the spacings is not always real. Established edge wave theory predicts equal cusp spacings, and accordingly, the theory needs
  • 1993
  • Time-space and everyday life : South African mothers in urban context
  • Daily life ; Pretoria ; South Africa ; Space time ; Transvaal ; Urban environment ; Woman
  • The time-space environment of mothers is analyzed and a case study of single mothers in greater Pretoria is presented. Marked differences between the patterns of the different populations groups were distinguished. - (AJC)
  • 1993
  • Ordering the city: surveillance, public space and the reform of urban policing in England 1835-56
  • England ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Police ; Political geography ; Public order ; Public space ; Reform ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban policy
  • The A. considers the changes in the organization of policing based on the idea of surveillance. It is argued that police reform involved transformations in the deployment of policemen across space and in the definition of administrative hierarchies
  • . It also meant changes in the conception of public space. Applying this framework to the example of the Portsmouth Borough police it is demonstrated that the police force has been transformed through locally initiated reforms.
  • 1993
  • The space of vulnerability : the causal structure of hunger and famine
  • Crisis ; Famine;Starvation ; Food security ; Malnutrition ; Marginality ; Poverty ; Social relations ; Social space ; Society
  • The AA. wish to explore, in theoretical terms, the interrelations between poverty, hunger and famine. They argue that their locally and historically specific configuration defines what is called a space of vulnerability. They also provide
  • the theoretical means by which this space can be mapped with respect to its social, political, economic and structural-historical coordinates.
  • 1993
  • Europe ; France ; Germany ; Historical mapping ; Methodology ; Regional planning ; Space time ; Territorial planning ; Western Europe
  • The topic of this article is the visualisation of the new relationship of space and time by a new type of maps. These time-space maps do not display spatial distances but time distances between cities and countries. For this purpose a method
  • for creating time-space maps has been developed which improves current methods and avoids their pitfalls. To demonstrate the developed methods, time-space maps for Western Europe, France and Germany are presented. - (L'A.).
  • 1993
  • Life space for the aged : the standpoint of social relations
  • This paper aims to examine the spatial extent of the elderly people's social relations when they had leisure (also called relation space) and the factors which formed these relations. The A. choiced Yokohama City as a field. It locates near Tokyo
  • 1993
  • 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.
  • 1993
  • Place and space: a Lefebvrian reconciliation
  • Appropriation of land ; Capitalism ; Concept ; Conflict ; Marxism ; Philosophy ; Place ; Production of space ; Space
  • 1993
  • Economic space ; Economic system ; Geographical space ; International economy ; Spatial differentiation ; Technology ; World ; World economic order ; World market
  • 1993
  • China ; Cognitive space ; Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Esthetics ; Historical geography ; United States
  • Reflections of a cultural geographer on the aesthetic impulse as it relates to the senses, culture, space, the state and morality. China and the USA provide numerous examples and comparisons. - (DWG)
  • 1993
  • 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
  • 1993
  • 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.
  • 1993
  • Space,place and gender relations: Part II. Identity, difference, feminist geometries and geographies
  • Cognitive space ; Cultural identity ; Epistemology ; Feminism ; Gender difference ; Humanistic geography ; Post-modernism ; Social geography ; Woman
  • 1993
  • Using the transformation problem to measure the proximity between two sets of weighted points in a geographical space
  • Distance ; Distribution of points ; Geographical space ; Linear programming ; Location ; Optimization ; Proximity ; Transport cost
  • 1993
  • This case study contributes to the literature on state terror, and political violence in general, by looking at the specific ways in which regimes of terror are mapped onto urban spaces. It shows that the use of public and private spaces by state
  • aggressors and human right groups has followed a consistent logic in the Southern Cone (Argentina, Chine and Uruguay). The occupation of these spaces reveals a pattern based on the gender of the social actors involved.
  • 1993
  • Economic space ; Geographical space ; Social space ; Society ; Space time ; Spatial organization
  • 1993
  • Medical geography: taking space seriously
  • 1993
  • Behaviour ; Children ; Disease ; Health ; Space time ; Statistics
  • The effects on the uptake of immunisation of transport, time-space, and gender-role constraints, among a wider range of influences, are assessed statistically.
  • 1993
  • Bounding the Borders: claiming space and making place in rural Scotland
  • 1993
  • Built up area ; Ecology ; Germany ; Green space ; Industrial space ; Nature conservation ; Planning ; Ruhr ; Space
  • 1993