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Emergent spatio-temporal dimensions of the city : habitus and urban rhythms

Author: Fabian Neuhaus
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book focuses on the creation of space as an activity. The argument draws not only on aspects of movement in time, but also on a cultural and specifically social context influencing the creation of the spatial habitus. The book reconsiders existing theories of time and space in the field of urban planning and develops an updated account of spatial activity, experience and space-making. Recent developments in  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fabian Neuhaus
ISBN: 9783319098487 3319098489
OCLC Number: 884812655
Description: xl, 298 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Urban Rhythms --
1.1. Rhythm and Cycle --
1.2. Reference --
1.3. Habitus --
1.4. Context --
1.5. Ethics --
1.6. Outline --
1.7. About Working on Time and Space --
Bibliography --
2. Urban Machine and Time-Space --
2.1. Urban Machine --
2.2. Time-Space --
Bibliography --
3. Body Space and Spatial Narrative --
3.1. Body Space --
3.2. Spatial Narrative --
Bibliography --
4. Urban Diary --
4.1. Introduction --
4.2. Lines of the Everyday: Tracking --
4.3. Between Object and Subject: Technology --
4.4. The Image of the City as Routine: Mental Maps --
4.5. Sampling the Urban Diary --
4.6. Individual Spatial Experience: The Interviews --
4.7. The Individual Spatial Shape --
Bibliography --
5. New City Landscape --
5.1. Introduction --
5.2. Digital Social Networks: A Recent Phenomena --
5.3. Metadata and Data Mining --
5.4. From Twitter to New City Landscapes --
5.5. Technical: Twitter API, Criteria and Storage 5.6. Data: Numbers, Sample, Implications and a Comparison --
5.7. Kernel Density, Contours and Colouring --
5.8. Networks --
5.9. Ethics: Privacy, Ownership, Agreement and Protection --
5.10. The Collective Data Pool --
Bibliography --
6. Structuring Time --
6.1. Clock Time --
6.2. Urban Diary Times --
6.3. Schedules and Planning --
6.4. NCL Times --
6.5. Rhythmic Time --
Bibliography --
7. Structuring Space --
7.1. Cartesian Space --
7.2. Urban Diary Spaces --
7.3. New City Landscape Spaces --
7.4. Timed Space --
7.5. Social Space --
7.6. Rhythmic Space --
Bibliography --
8. Temporality: The Rhythmic City --
8.1. Introduction --
8.2. The Experience of Time and Space --
8.3. The Concept of Clock Time and Cartesian Space --
8.4. Reflection on the Time and Space Context --
8.5. Routine in Time and Space as Habitus --
8.6. Towards an Integrated Temporality --
8.7. The Habitus --
Bibliography --
9. Appendix --
9.1. Glossary --
9.2. External Resources --
Bibliography.
Responsibility: Fabian Neuhaus.

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