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The Meaning of the Built Environment: A Nonverbal Communication Approach
"Rapoport is concerned with the meanings which buildings, their contents, and their inhabitants convey, and the conclusions which can be drawn therefrom for procedures of architectural design toExpand
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The meaning of the built environment
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Toward a Redefinition of Density
The concept of densitv is of central importance in olannina. urban design and architecture. There is an extensive literature on it and much discussion of the merits or demerits of specific densitiesExpand
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Culture, Architecture, and Design
1. Which bio-social, psychological, and cultural characteristics of human beings influence which characteristics of the built environment? 2. What effects do which aspects of which environments haveExpand
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History and Precedent in Environmental Design
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I The Argument.- 1 * History of What?.- The Subject Matter of Environmental History.- Subdividing the Domain.- Methodological Implications for Theory. Expand
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Theory, Culture and Housing
In this article the study of housing (and other built environments) is located within the context of an explanatory theory of environment-behavior relations. The need for operational definitions andExpand
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The Perception Of Urban Complexity
THE CONCEPT OF COMPLEXITY IS DEFINED IN TERMS OF URBAN PERCEPTION. THE PERCEPTUAL INPUT IS BASED ON A PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSION CAPABLE OF REFLECTING THE EFFECTS OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS AS WELLExpand
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