3 edition of Place, place attachment, and mobility found in the catalog.
Place, place attachment, and mobility
by Dept. of Sociology, Göteborg University
Written in English
Thesis (doctoral)--Göteborg University, 2002.
|Series||Göteborg studies in sociology,, no 6|
|LC Classifications||GF614 .G87 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2003403416|
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One example of how the passage of time affects a place’s character is the evolution of what Kevin Lynch () called the “legibility” of a place. Legibility refers to “the ease with which [the city’s] parts can be recognized and can be organized into a coherent pattern” (Lynch, , pp. ). Lynch saw this legibility as something. The Emergence of Place Attachment. Enabling local affections involves hard work from individuals, locally embedded institutions, a built environment scaled to people, and community-focused habits and practices. And although economists laud our incessant mobility as good for national prosperity, critics are increasingly worried about our.
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"A book unique in exploring applications of place attachment theory and research to such topics as global climate change, mobility studies, public housing redevelopment, intergroup conflict, nature resource management, environmental criminology, /5(2).
"A book unique in exploring applications of place attachment theory and research to such topics as global climate change, mobility studies, public housing redevelopment, intergroup conflict, nature resource management, environmental criminology. Place, place attachment and mobility: three sociological studies Per Gustafson Public defense: in Diss.
by: Place attachment is the emotional bond between person and place, and is a main concept in environmental is highly influenced by an individual and his or her personal experiences. There is a considerable amount of research dedicated to defining what makes a place "meaningful" enough for place attachment to occur.
Schroeder () notably discussed. Place attachments contribute to our understanding and addressing of a variety of real‐world issues. Key themes in the application of place attachment research include: mobility and relocation, environmental destruction, tensions across social groups in local communities, and challenges in urban design and planning projects.
Highlights Despite mobility and globalization processes, place continues to be an object of strong attachments. Of the three components Place the tripartite model of place attachment, the Person component and mobility book attracted disproportionately more attention than the Place and Process components.
Future theories of place attachment should draw from theories of social capital, Cited by: Recipient of the EDRA Achievement Award. Place attachments are emotional bonds that form between people and their physical surroundings. These connections are a powerful aspect of human life that inform our sense of identity, create meaning in our lives, facilitate community and influence action.
Place attachments have bearing on such diverse issues as rootedness and. Place Attachment and Phenomenology: The Synergistic Dynamism of Place David Seamon 2.
Comparing the Theories of Interpersonal and Place Attachment Leila Scannell and Robert Gifford 3. Place Attachment in an Age of Mobility Per Gustafson 4. In Search of Roots: Memory as Enabler of Place Attachment Maria Lewicka 5.
Place attachments have bearing on such diverse issues as rootedness and belonging, placemaking and displacement, mobility and migration, intergroup conflict, civic engagement, social housing and urban redevelopment, natural resource management and.
Multiple dwelling and tourism: negotiating place, home and identity. Description This book focuses on migration or the movement and people and examines multiple dwelling as a societal response to the major influences of increased mobility and amenity tourism (visiting or residing in high-quality landscapes such as mountains, beaches and forests.
A place may also conjure contradicting emotions—the warmth of community and home juxtaposed with the stress of dense urban living. Sense of place—the way we perceive places such as streets, communities, cities or ecoregions—influences our well-being, how we describe and interact with a place, what we value in a place, our respect for ecosystems and.
Get this from a library. Place attachment: advances in theory, methods, and applications. [Lynne Manzo; Patrick Devine-Wright;] -- "Place attachments are emotional bonds that form between people and their physical surroundings.
These connections are a powerful aspect of human life that inform our sense of identity, create. For example, geographer David Harvey argued that notions of place are ambivalent: they are threatened by the mobility inherent in postmodern forms of capitalism, but at the same time “struggles for place identity also appeal to the parochial and exclusive forces of bigotry and nationalism” ().
to promote high quality scholarship on the subject of place attachment and identity, encompassing theory, method and practical application to provide a forum for building a global community of researchers on place that spans disciplinary boundaries (psychology, human geography, anthropology, economics, architecture, urban design, land-use.
A review of several hundred empirical and theoretical papers and chapters reveals that despite mobility and globalization processes, place continues to be an object of strong attachments. Enhancing our understanding of how people and places are affected by globalization at the level of everyday interactions within ’Nordic Peripheries’, this book sheds light on local particularities as well as global confluences, by illuminating how gender, mobility and belonging contribute to ruptures and/or stability in the lives of men and women living in and/or Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Published inPlace and Placelessness is a substantive revision of Relph’s University. of Toronto doctoral dissertation in Geography. As he emphasizes at the start of the book, his.
This chapter offers empirical contributions to our understanding and theorizing of place attachment, home, mobility and belonging in a globalized world. Although much has been said and written about globalization and responses to it, and about place attachment, mobility and belonging, it has only rarely been from a gendered : Stine Thidemann Faber, Helene Pristed Nielsen.
Place attachment processes normally reflect the behavioral, cognitive, and emotional embeddedness individuals experience in their sociophysical environments. An examination of disruptions in place attachments demonstrate how fundamental they are to the experience and meaning of everyday by: Remapping Gender, Place and Mobility: Global Confluences and Local Particularities in Nordic Peripheries (Gender in a Global/Local World) () which focuses on gender and diversity and how globalization is affecting place practices Format: Hardcover.
Despite the sense of having strayed into an unfamiliar city with a familiar name, the book reveals the lineaments of geography's view of place from the outside, as it were, by showing what place attachment means to nongeographers. One is of an attachment to a particular place.
In this American dream, we are emotionally tied to the people and land of our communities. The other narrative is of mobility in the service of ambition.of residential mobility. Neighborhood attachment and social ties may deter residential mobility or affect the distance that a household moves.
Positive feelings toward the neighborhood and strong social connections have been found to keep households in place longer, and these effects have a stronger limitingCited by: