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Chapter 4

Chapter 4 - Place and Placelessness
Chapter 4 - Place and Placelessness

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School
Ryerson University
Department
Geography
Course
GEO 106
Professor
Maria Piccioni
Semester
Winter

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GEO106Ch4 Place and PlacelessnessSense of placey Place can be characterized by both objective attributes size ethnicity income levels as well as subjective attributes labels like big exciting y Places are total environments comprised of physical space people furnishings achiness actions and meanings y Human intent and action ascribe meaning and transform empty space into place y Behavioural settingsettings have plans for their inhabitants behaviour andinputs are activated within the limits of the settings control systems to produce the planned behaviour o Phenomenal environment interacts with the social clues to define the situation y Outsiders views of a place are more onedimensional where insiders views are more differentiatedTopophilia and topophobiay Topophiliapositive emotional attachment o Term coined by Tuan 1947 to denote the affective ties of humans to their environment particularly the positive emotional responses towards a place y Topophobianegative emotional attachment y Associations can be generated by any numb
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