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Transport and social exclusion: investigating the possibility of promoting inclusion through virtual mobility

Susan Kenyon, Glenn Lyons, Jackie Rafferty
2002 Journal of Transport Geography  
Secondly, the paper identifies nine dimensions and, within each dimension, example potential exclusionary factors, of social exclusion.  ...  Table 2 (above) hypothesises nine dimensions of social exclusion and it has been suggested, within this paper, that (lack of) mobility influences a number of these dimensions of exclusion.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0966-6923(02)00012-1 fatcat:3bfc4fcf4vdv5esa2ua2be6bn4

Social Exclusion and Transport in the UK: A Role for Virtual Accessibility in the Alleviation of Mobility-Related Social Exclusion?

2003 Journal of Social Policy  
Table 1 TABLE 1 . 11 Dimensions of exclusion and examples of the influence of lack of mobility Dimension of exclusion Influence of lack of mobility: example exclusionary factors 1.  ...  In seeking to understand social exclusion, it can be useful to conceptualise the experience in terms of a number of dimensions (Percy-Smith, 2000) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0047279403007037 fatcat:fryanz2divap5feq53fevo7mqy

Perception of Urban Habitat and the Structure of Human Interaction. Dialogues with the Artist as Part of Creative Intervention

Katarzyna Breska
2017 Acta Universitatis Lodziensis Folia Philosophica Ethica-Aesthetica-Practica  
The components of this approach are a careful observation of the environment, spending time with the locals, talking to them, taking into account the symbolic nature of the contents brought by the people  ...  So I quote and comment some of the dialogues that happened between me and the passers by during a four week creative intervention in the city's oldest street.  ...  belong exclusively to solid objects like streets and buildings, but also to the elements of human existence like language, visual contact with each other, the experience of meeting together in the realm  ... 
doi:10.18778/0208-6107.30.10 fatcat:6hfgh52zzrbgnjd5ahyltzn44y

Social Capital and Community Group Participation: Examining 'Bridging' and 'Bonding' in the Context of a Healthy Living Centre in the UK

Emma Kirkby-Geddes, Nigel King, Alison Bravington
2012 Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology  
'Bridging' helped provide an understanding of how the decline in shared social spaces such as local shops impacts on social relationships.  ...  This paper presents analysis from a qualitative evaluation of a Healthy Living Centre in the North of England, to examine the utility of the concept of social capital in this context.  ...  it gave to have social contact: There is a lot more fast food now and it's not the shops you go in and again, meeting people, talking whilst you went to get your groceries, because its supermarkets and  ... 
doi:10.1002/casp.2118 fatcat:pyo5dvx5rfc4xaqg5hzpewqgwm

The Spatial Routines of Daily Life in Low-income Neighbourhoods: Escaping the 'Local Trap'

David Robinson
2011 Space & Polity  
While research has explored the possibility that living in poor places might make people poorer, policy has been drawn to the idea that poverty and social exclusion have their origins in segregated spaces  ...  of the poor and excluded.  ...  These routines also often had a social dimension.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13562576.2011.625223 fatcat:lrvuvggfufairpvz2sxb3pllni

Living with difference in hyper-diverse areas: how important are encounters in semi-public spaces?

Melike Peterson
2016 Social & Cultural Geography  
Understanding the creation and impact of encounters is central to capturing contemporary notions of belonging and living with difference.  ...  Although encounters at the library were lighter and shorter than at the community-centre, all positively impact collective life in the neighbourhood.  ...  Gideon Bolt and Anouk Tersteeg who helped with earlier versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649365.2016.1210667 fatcat:x7ntytkyknaxpaeyjxlmahxxcm

Social Exclusion and Information Systems in Community Healthcare [chapter]

Tony Cornford, Ela Klecun-Dabrowska
2003 Organizational Information Systems in the Context of Globalization  
The discussion considers the relation of information systems to social development and processes of inclusion (or exclusion).  ...  This paper discusses information systems in community development contexts through the perspective of social exclusion.  ...  Thus, section 2 develops descriptions of different dimensions of social exclusion in health and relates them to the potentials of leT as seen in the IS literature.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35695-2_18 fatcat:42ekx5y7zzddxoqwshk4ru63va

When loneliness dimensions drift apart: Emotional, social and physical loneliness during the COVID ‐19 lockdown and its associations with age, personality, stress and well‐being

Helen Landmann, Anette Rohmann
2021 International Journal of Psychology  
We argue that physical loneliness (perceived lack of physical contact) constitutes a third dimension of loneliness that is particularly relevant in times of physical distancing.  ...  However, the three loneliness dimensions differed in their prevalence during the contact restrictions and their associations with age and personality.  ...  Emotional loneliness was centred around 31% of the maximum possible score (M = 2.88; SD = 1.45) and social loneliness was centred around 24% of the maximum possible score (M = 2.45; SD = 1.29).  ... 
doi:10.1002/ijop.12772 pmid:33973238 pmcid:PMC8239761 fatcat:euumxs6ofrgflm4vaksvkdl3zm

Daily street life in the inner city of Prague under transformation: the visual experience of socio-spatial differentiation and temporal rhythms

Jana Temelová, Jakub Novák
2011 Visual Studies  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This paper was prepared with funding provided by Czech Science Foundation in project 403/08/P168 'Transformation of social and physical environment in inner city of Prague after 1990'  ...  and by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic in the project 2D06012 'Socio-spatial differentiation of the population and its impact on quality of life in cities and communities  ...  people come to centres typically only for a few days to do business and establish professional contacts.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1472586x.2011.610944 fatcat:qg3nobty2zegnpxtuiypzf2wwy

Intermedial Passages in Time and Space

Johan Fornäs
2004 Nordicom Review  
The starting-point was a large shopping centre, where a wide range of media genres and media users were present.  ...  Media are tools for communicating across space and time. They are technologies of culture, socially organised machineries for constructing meanings, identities and forms of power.  ...  Shopping centres certainly differ in their degree of social, medial and spatial openness.  ... 
doi:10.1515/nor-2017-0276 fatcat:6l22pzj2yng4jmwoojok7rxwsa

Polish shop(ping) as Translanguaging Space

Zhu Hua, Li Wei, Agnieszka Lyons
2017 Social Semiotics  
Acknowledgements We are grateful for the help of Daria Jankowicz-Pytel with data transcription. Many thanks to Emi Otsuji, Alastair Pennycook and Christina Higgins for their reviews.  ...  Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors. Funding This work was supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council [grant number AH/L007096/1].  ...  The focal point of the shop is its cold meat and till counters at the centre of the shop, where E stands in the picture. It is an enclosed territory, accessible only to the shop owners.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10350330.2017.1334390 fatcat:5mcacrwdxjgo3bloiflbu6rgxy

Measures of Transport-Related Social Exclusion: A Critical Review of the Literature

Md. Kamruzzaman, Tan Yigitcanlar, Jay Yang, Mohd Mohamed
2016 Sustainability  
key outcome of social exclusion.  ...  social exclusion and other related concepts.  ...  All authors jointly designed the research, and reviewed the literature. All four authors read and approved the final manuscript. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su8070696 fatcat:vigpunfhurarzco27waihk3bxu

Understanding How and Why Spatial Segregation Endures: A Systematic Review of Recent Research on Intergroup Relations at a Micro-Ecological Scale

Leonor Bettencourt, John Dixon, Paula Castro
2019 Social Psychological Bulletin  
of social categories may shape micro-ecological practices of contact and separation; and (3) understand more fully why micro-ecological patterns of segregation are apparently so persistent, as well as  ...  Social psychological research has increasingly extolled the benefits of intergroup contact as a means of promoting positive relations.  ...  People tend to employ practices of social and economic exclusion when using shopping malls (Stillerman & Salcedo, 2012) , parks or squares in the city (Pérez Tejera, 2012), green public places (Krellenberg  ... 
doi:10.32872/spb.v14i2.33482 fatcat:5byd6euspndvbmctqhcyyl53gi

The Mall Method: Applied in a Study of Inhabitants' Appreciation of Urban Cultural Heritage Areas

Grete Swensen, Oddrun Sæter
2011 International Journal of Qualitative Methods  
of important cultural heritage assets and valuable places.  ...  The method is evaluated in the light of the importance of situated knowledge and subjectivity.  ...  We point to similarities and differences, and reflect on them in methodological terms. In Town 1 the chosen shopping centre was located close to the main bus station in the very centre of town.  ... 
doi:10.1177/160940691101000202 fatcat:uu7vdo64gbhspp6vwsqlobkfym

Tokyo Playground: The Interplay Between Infrastructure and Collective Space

Alice Covatta
2017 Sociology Study  
Leftovers within the infrastructure are opportunities for social and ecological reuse and these precious voids contribute to creating the contemporary soul of the city as it becomes the source of vibrant  ...  It aims to highlight some possible design strategies and tools that help to domesticate the infrastructure through the injection of pleasure and playful programs with an understanding of how humans experience  ...  Some of the ideas of this paper have been explored with the help and inspiration of Colabo Laboratory of Urban Design at Keio University. Notes  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5526/2017.04.003 fatcat:fqigylt5jzdgrkbu7pqbrwc5wu
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