The Human Experience of Space and Place

The Human Experience of Space and Place Author : Anne Buttimer
Release : 2015-06-03
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1317408438
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Humanistic geography is one of the major emerging themes which has recently dominated geographic writing. Anne Buttimer has been one of the leading figures in the rise of humanistic geography, and the research students she collected round her at Clark University in the 1970s constituted something of a ‘school’ of humanistic geographers. This school developed a significantly new style of geographical inquiry, giving special emphasis to people’s experience of place, space and environment and often using philosophical and subjective methodology. This collection of essays, first published in 1980, brings together this school and offers insight into philosophical and practical issues concerning the human experience of environments. An extensive range of topics are discussed, and the aim throughout is to weave analytical and critical thought into a more comprehensive understanding of lived experience. This book will be of interest to students of human geography.

Pixels and Place

Pixels and Place Author : Kate O'Neill
Release : 2016-06-03
Publisher : Ko Insights
ISBN : 9780692732267
File Size : 34.94 MB
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The distinction between "online" and "offline," between "digital" and "physical," once seemingly unambiguous, has begun to blur thanks to the ubiquity of smartphones and personal location data, ad and experience targeting, connected devices, wearable technology, the Internet of Things, and additive capabilities like 3-D printing. The biggest business opportunities for innovative experiences, according to digital marketing expert and "tech humanist" Kate O'Neill, will come from blending the physical and digital worlds intentionally to create a meaningful and integrated human experience. And to do that, we must recognize that human motivations connect these worlds through a transactional data layer, and create experiences with respect for the humanity represented by that data. In looking at the opportunities presented by the convergence of physical and digital, O'Neill also examines the underlying meaning of place, as well as the abundant metaphors of place already in use in digital experience, and how we can shape our audiences' experiences more meaningfully in alignment with our own business objectives. Executives, strategists, marketers, city planners, and anyone who creates experiences for humans will take away valuable insights from this book.

Environment & Planning

Environment & Planning Author :
Release : 1977
Publisher :
File Size : 78.42 MB
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Rural Tourism Development

Rural Tourism Development Author : E. Wanda George
Release : 2009
Publisher : Tourism and Cultural Change
File Size : 75.9 MB
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Forces of economic, social, cultural, environmental, and political change are working to re-define rural spaces the world over and broad global transformations in consumption and transportation patterns have re-shaped leisure behaviour and travel. This book of cases about rural tourism development in Canada demonstrates the different ways that tourism has been positioned as a local response to political and economic shifts in a nation that is itself undergoing rapid change, both continentally and globally.

Studies in Art Education

Studies in Art Education Author :
Release : 2003
Publisher :
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Gender, Place, and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience

Gender, Place, and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience Author : Judith Tydor Baumel-Schwartz
Release : 2003
Publisher :
ISBN : 9780853034889
File Size : 34.35 MB
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This book is an expression of how the different memories of different gendered experiences affected the Jewish attitudes towards modernity. Focusing on three geographical centers - pre-war and wartime Europe, the United States and Israel, the fifteen articles provide a backdrop to understanding the variation of Jewish life and identity.

The Shining Place of an Image

The Shining Place of an Image Author : Barbara S. Marshall
Release : 1989
Publisher : University Press of Amer
File Size : 31.23 MB
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OHI Author :
Release : 1998
Publisher :
File Size : 46.47 MB
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Global Challenges of Parks and Protected Area Management

Global Challenges of Parks and Protected Area Management Author : Colorado State University. Department of Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism
Release : 2004
Publisher :
File Size : 85.95 MB
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Topics included in these papers include desertification, sustainable ecotourism, volunteer-based land management, biodiversity, urban open spaces, agricultural development, forest fires and on-shore fishing in some of the protected areas of Europe, Africa, Asia and North America.

In Search of Human Effectiveness

In Search of Human Effectiveness Author : Donald Wallace MacKinnon
Release : 1978
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File Size : 68.65 MB
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MacKinnon's collected papers on personality & motivational aspects of creativity.