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  • Spatial organization and economic linkages within street trading operations in Hat Yai, Southern Thailand
  • Informal sector ; Retail trade ; Street ; Thailand ; Urban economy
  • The politics of the streets. A geography of Caribana
  • Canada ; Community ; Cultural geography ; Ethnic group ; Ontario ; Political life ; Semiotics of space ; Street ; Toronto ; Urban area ; Urban policy
  • Planification entrepreneuriale et villages urbains. Wenworth Street, Port Kembla, Wollongong. Ville schizophrénique : fabrique et marketting du lieu à Wollongong. Discours des planificateurs de la ville de Wollongong de Wentworth Street comme
  • village urbain. Médias imprimés et Wentworth Street comme espace frontalier urbain.
  • Central shopping streets are classified into two types by their forms: the shops face a trunk street (type A), or they face a pedestrian street (type B). The author discusses the two types by comparing data collected through field investigations
  • The regulation of street trading in the UK
  • Legislation ; Local government ; Local market ; Regulation ; Retail trade ; Street ; Town ; United Kingdom
  • Theplace of street children in Kampala, Uganda : marginalisation, resistance, and acceptance in the urban environment
  • Behaviour ; Children ; Marginality ; Place ; Street ; Uganda ; Urban area ; Urban environment ; Urban society
  • Street children and street life in urban Tanzania : the culture of surviving and its implications for children's health
  • STREET, J.
  • Geschäftsstrassen als Freizeitraum. Synchrone und diachrone Uberlagerung von Versorgungs-und Freizeitfunktion, dargestellt an Beispielen aus Nürnberg. (Retail streets as leisure space. Synchronous and diachronous superposition of provision
  • and leisure functions, examplified by streets in Nürnberg)
  • Capturing damage assessment with a spatial video : an example of a building and street-scale analysis of tornado-related mortality in Joplin, Missouri, 2011
  • Building ; Damage valuation ; Missouri ; Morbidity ; Mortality ; Spatial analysis ; Street ; Tornado ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • This article discusses the use of a spatial video and a new Tornado Injury Scale in Joplin, Missouri. Results reveal fine-scale damage patterns even within the main tornado path, often with variations occurring along the same street segment
  • Producing and contesting the formal/informal divide : regulating street hawking in Delhi, India
  • Conflict ; Delhi ; India ; Informality ; Legislation ; Livelihood ; Public space ; Retail trade ; Social geography ; Street ; Urban policy
  • The AA. compare two recent conflicts over street hawkers’ use of public space in Delhi, which demonstrate that power is dispersed across a range of sites and rests with a number of state and non-state actors. They argue that preconceived notions
  • Habit, memory, and the persistence of Socialist-era street names in postsocialist Bucharest, Romania
  • Bucharest ; Market ; Place ; Place names ; Romania ; Social geography ; Street
  • This article examines habit, memory, and the persistence of Socialist-era street names in postsocialist Bucharest, Romania. To do so, it explores the importance of habit within everyday practices as an explanation, drawing on an understanding
  • Reclaim the streets, the protestival and the creative transformation of the city
  • Activism ; Creativity ; Cultural studies ; England ; London ; Public space ; Street ; United Kingdom ; Urban policy
  • décrit le parcours du mouvement londonien « Reclaim the Streets » qui constitue la base de sa réflexion autour de la notion de protestival (protestation + carnaval, la principale force créative de la transformation urbaine.
  • From revanchism to ambivalence : the changing politics of street vending in Guangzhou
  • China ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Livelihood ; Public space ; Social exclusion ; Social geography ; Spatial exclusion ; Street vendors ; Urban policy
  • By focusing on Guangzhou's street-vending policy transformation, this article explores how exclusionary practices of urban politics in China are undermined by those who it seeks to exclude and the progressive political climate that questions
  • Those gorgeous incongruities : polite politics and public space on the streets of nineteenth-century New York City
  • Behaviour ; Historical geography ; New York City ; Nineteenth Century ; Perception of the urban environment ; Public space ; Street ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban life ; Urban society
  • how the streets of 19th century cities were neither completely democratic nor totally controlled public spaces.
  • Radiocarbon-dated pollen and sediment records from near the Boylston Street Fishweir site in Boston, Massachusetts
  • A radiocarbon-dated pollen record near the Boylston Street Fishweir site in Boston, provides a regional and local record of vegetation changes from the middle Holocene to present. The stratigraphy begins about 5630 B.P. Correlation
  • of this stratigraphy with archaeological data collected from 500 Boylston Street indicates that between 4700 and 3700 yr B.P., a number of fence-like algnments, were probably placed within existing channels and/or along shorelines to capture fish and other marine
  • Street tree study as a theme in urban biogeography
  • Blanding new with old on Main Street: some Canadian insights from Salem, Massachusetts in Our geographic mosaic: research essays in honour of G.C. Merrill.
  • Street-naming, tourism development and cultural conflict : the case of the Old City of Acre/Akko/Akka
  • on the symbolic identity of the city that develop as a result. The first section examines the historical process of bestowing official street names in the Old City of Acre as well as the existing system of place names used by the local Arab inhabitants of the Old
  • City. The second section studies the reactions and attitudes of the local population in the Old City to the relatively recent initiative of the Acre Development Company to assign official street names, chosen in the past, to the streets and alleys
  • Whose paradise ? itinerant street vendors' individual and collective practices of political agency in the tourist streets of Cusco, Peru
  • Conflict ; Gender ; Income ; Legislation ; Mobilisation ; Neighbourhood ; Peru ; Social geography ; Street vendors ; Tourism ; Urban economy