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Jacky Bowring
2016 Landscape Review  
The editor is particularly interested in contributions that examine issues and explore the concepts and practices of special relevance to the southern hemisphere, but welcomes contributions from around  ...  Criteria for acceptance are critical insight, originality, theoretical and methodological rigour, and relevance to the aims of the journal. A third category is entitled 'Reports'.  ...  The students designed a series of elevated, interlocking wicking beds that were connected underground through a system of pipes for grey water as part of the watering system.  ... 
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Chinese urbanisation powered by high-speed rail: challenges for hyper densities and diversities [article]

Shan He
The complicated underground pedestrian system around JR Tokyo These features translate the station immediate area from a place for station users only into a node with both density and diversity, having  ...  On the top floor of this area, there are two arenas proposed as a gymnasium and sport courts for students and residents in and around this area.  ... 
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No. 10 / October 2021

:None, DuEPublico: Duisburg-Essen Publications Online, University Of Duisburg-Essen
2021 Workers of the World  
But before getting to our main subject let us return for a little while to Walter Benjamin's last days in Portbou, Catalonia, near the French border.  ...  his issue of Workers of the World has a dossier focused on the history of revolutions in the 20th century, with an emphasis on what we call history from below and people's history, in particular on four  ...  for underground circles, street demonstrations with police and troops -a 'school of war' which was combined by rapidly developing capitalism.  ... 
doi:10.17185/duepublico/74957 fatcat:czxt5vdqk5d2nhgxliwo44oeta

Do first trips matter? exploring unfamiliar public transport travel

Lorelei Schmitt
For example, studies in psychology have repeatedly shown that first impressions are associated with higher rates of recall and influence on subsequent attitudes, a phenomenon referred to as the 'primacy  ...  of transit users to better understand circumstances of unfamiliar transit travel. 3) The University Access Survey employed a web-based survey of Monash University staff and students to learn about their  ...  Thank you firstly for taking me on-board. I am so lucky to have been 'adopted' by such  ... 
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Creativity, clusters and fine-grain networks: an investigation of culture-led urban regeneration in Australia and China

Lei Liu
This urban phenomenon is also seen as the key drive behind the prevalence of a 'creative economy' and the cradle for the development of creative industries.  ...  The traditional view of urban planning is that clusters are confined to a geographical boundary and are only connected by 'hard infrastructure', the physical components of interrelated systems.  ...  Acknowledgements This research would not be completed without:  the mentorship of Professor Justin O'Connor for initiating the ARC  ... 
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Introduction to peer reviewed conference proceedings of the 8th International Urban Design Conference Brisbane QLD

David Jones
2015 unpublished
Acknowledgments This work has been developed as a part of the research project 50x55. 50 Years, 55 Neighborhoods. Exploring High Density and High Quality Urban Living Environments for Singapore.  ...  Professor of the National University of Singapore.  ...  Figure 13 13 Existing and proposed bike path network (shown red), with Vista Bela shown circled in insert.  ... 

Context Responsive: intersections of design and improvised music practice

Clare M. Cooper
It identifies the ways in which a trans-local (Bennett and Petersen, 2004) improvised music scene disturbs increasingly codified and stabilised modes of presentation.  ...  The resulting investigation leads to new knowledge around forms of engagement, listening and collaborative authorship.  ...  and professional circles (ironically, in institutions).  ... 
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No Foundations

Julen Etxabe, Mónica Lerma, Becker, Juha Karhu, Jeremy Webber, Jill
2016 An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Justice   unpublished
, but at the same time 'the system' is reduced to those individuals, in which case there is no need for more profound evaluation of the systemic problems and identifying systemic solutions for them.  ...  Lawyers are not of course writing as such about maps, but in fact the metaphor of a map is surprisingly strong in legal thought and acts as an important image in the debate about legal taxonomy.  ...  Repertoire, as described by Diane Taylor in relation to performance, requires presence, for people to participate in the spectatorship.  ... 

Cultivating the [New] Country: Disclosing Through Curatorship the Cultural and Economic Development Potential of the Australian Regional Art Museum

Craig Cameron Douglas, University, My, Mostyn Bramley-Moore
the art museum as a viable cultural institution in contemporary regional Australia.  ...  It employs a case study of a new model art museum and the curation of selected collections-based exhibitions.  ...  for reflection, and a respite from living in complex social systems.  ... 
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Martin Boyd: the aesthetic temperament : a critical study [article]

Patricia Dobrez, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
Section II examines Boyd's theoretical notions as these are developed in a discursive work of the writer's mature years, Much Else in Italy, A Subjective Travel Book.  ...  The idea of the primacy of beauty, a central concept in nineteenth-century aestheticism, is revealed as vital to Boyd's exploration of the marriage of Classicism and Christianity in Western civilization  ...  Our minds are like those maps at the entrance to the Metro stations in Paris. They are full of unilluminated directions.  ... 
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