You can see more at our project blog: http://urbanlexicon.blogspot.com/2008/04/image-cloud.html CITY CLUES TO AN URBAN LEXICON Details act like clues left around our environment. We interpret those clues and understand the places that ...
Author: Rosanna Vitiello
Category: Cities and towns
Unravelling the urban lexicons offers insights into how people respond to urban details, and begins to decipher how details in our city environments affect our perceptions of a place. This book is a synthesis of the street workshops, interviews, visual research and analysis that make up the project. Together, they form a guide to unravelling the lexicons of signs and details that make us love or loathe our urban spaces--Back cover.
Urban Geography, 17(3), 205–220. Vitiello, R., & Willcocks, M. (2008). Unravelling the urban lexicon of our everyday environments. http://www.marcuswillcocks.co.uk/urbanlexicons/. Accessed 16 Oct 2015. Walsh, P. (2006).
Author: Sue Nichols
This book is an interdisciplinary text exploring the learning and educative potentials of cities and their spaces, including urban and suburban contexts, at all stages of life. Drawing on the insights of researchers from diverse fields, such as education, architecture, history, visual sociology, applied linguistics and sensory studies, this collection of papers develops and demonstrates the connection between experience, in all its dimensions, and informal learning in the city. The chapters discuss various sensory domains of experience, considering visual, embodied, and even sexual dimensions in relation to what and how learning operates, and the contributors reflect on their learning and inquiring experiences in the city, with special reference to topics such as narrativity, ‘race’ and ethnicity, equity, urban literacy, re-generation, participation, representation and oral histories.
Journal of Place Branding, 3(2), 248–262. Vitiello R., & Willcocks, M. (2011). Unravelling the urban lexicons of our everyday environments. Lulu. Based on the research project undertaken in 2007–2009. Vives, A. (2007).
Author: Nigel Morgan
Category: Business & Economics
This textbook shows how cities, regions and countries adopt branding strategies similar to those of leading household brand names in an effort to differentiate themselves and emotionally connect with potential tourists. It asks whether tourist destinations get the reputations they deserve and uses topical case studies to discuss brand concepts and challenges. It tackles how place perceptions are formed, how cities, regions and countries can enhance their reputations as creative, competitive destinations, and the link between competitive identity and strategic tourism policy making.
Jirón, P. (2007) 'Unravelling Invisible Inequalities in the City through Urban Daily Mobility: The case of ... the Move: Examining Urban Daily Mobility Practices in Santiago de Chile, PhD thesis, Geography and Environment in Urban and ...
Author: Monika Büscher
Category: Social Science
In the twenty-first century, more than ever, everything and everybody seems to be on the move. Global flows of people, goods, food, money, information, services and media images are forming an intensely mobile background to everyday life. Social scientists, too, are on the move, seeking new analytical purchase on these important aspects of the social world by trying to move with, and to be moved by, the fleeting, distributed, multiple, non-causal, sensory, emotional and kinaesthetic. Mobile Methods addresses the challenges and opportunities of researching mobile phenomena. Drawing on extensive interdisciplinary discussion, the book brings together a collection of cutting-edge methodological innovations and original research reports to examine some important implications of the mobilities turn for the processes of ‘research’, and the realm of the empirical. Through analysis that addresses questions such as ‘how are social relationships and social institutions made in and through mobility?’, and ‘how do people experience mobility in twenty-first century world cities?', the authors mobilize sociological analysis, bringing new insights and opening up new opportunities for engagement with contemporary challenges. This book is a key text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of disciplines including Human Geography, Social Policy, Sociology and Research Methods.
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Author: Simon Waldman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Political Science
Today's Turkey little resembles that of recent decades. Newfound economic prosperity has had many unexpected social and political repercussions, most notably the rise of the AKP party and President Erdogan. Despite unprecedented electoral popularity, the conduct of the AKP has faced growing criticism: Turkey has yet to solve its Kurdish question; its foreign policy is increasingly fraught as it balances relations with Iran, Israel, Russia and the EU; and widespread protests gripped the country in 2013, as did an unsuccessful coup in 2016. The government is now perceived by many to be corrupt, unaccountable, intimidating of the press and intolerant of political alternatives. Has this once promising democracy descended into a tyranny of the majority led by a charismatic leader? Is Turkey more polarised now than at any point in its recent history? These are among the questions at the heart of The New Turkey and Its Discontents, which traces Turkey's evolution under Erdogan's leadership, and assesses the likely consequences at home and abroad.
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Instead of looking at the world through the filter of philosophical abstraction, The Unravelling of the Postmodern Mind is expressly and radically about affect.
Author: Cristopher Nash
Category: Literary Criticism
This text is an exploration of the postmodern. Nash believes that the entire body of writing on postmodernity needs to be reread in the light of the unique psychological character and motives that appear to mould and drive it.