Flashcards in The nature and importance of places- Strand 1 Deck (27)
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where a place is on a map, its latitude and longitude coordinates
A place is shaped by the people people, cultures and customs within it.
Sense of place
subjective and emotional attachments people have to a place.
people who live in a place.
people who visit the place.
What's an outsider's perspective?
neutral- opinion isn't affected
Whats's an insider's perspective?
intimate-know a place very well
Things Insiders are or can do?
1) born there or parents born there
2) Able to access all countries citizenship benefits
3) Can work and vote in that country
4)Understands the ways of the area and adapted yourself to fit
5)should have a sense of place
Things Outsiders are or can do?
1) May be seeking asylum
2)Don't understand ways of locals
3) May be isolated
Sense of place, can be so strong that?
it features as a central part of our identity
what 3 things can change the nature of a place?
global in scale and include both physical and virtual spaces.
local area where people live, work and places they visit regularly, e.g A shopping center.
Places we know and have visited. May include the work place.
Virtual world, which undermines the traditional relationship between the physical and the social setting.
experienced and people have specific attachments.
Places which are connected to natural history, art or state of power.
Locations with meaning
Factors affecting the characteristics of a place from within.
Factors affecting the character of a place from the outside.
Examples of Endogenous factors
Examples of Exogenous factors
-Flows of people
-Flows of investment
-Flows of resources
-Flows of ideas
-Flow of capital
loss of uniqueness of a place in the cultural landscape.
3 main parts to the importance of a place to someone?
field of care?
bond between people and place or setting.