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Exposure to Unconventional Outdoor Media Advertising

Wegig Murwonugroho, Gregoria Arum Yudarwati
2020 Pertanika journal of social science & humanities  
The research involved 30 respondents consisting of students, lecturers, and employees of Universitas Trisakti in a focus group discussion (FGD) to obtain public perceptions of visual attractiveness.  ...  The findings in this study show that there is a longer exposure level to unconventional outdoor media; therefore, the public's goal is to interpret the message delivered.  ...  However, the features of advertising media in urban areas need to be designed in accordance with the rural environment (Anzabi, 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.47836/pjssh.28.4.50 fatcat:t2pbvjvjgrbyvnmbvds4bhfrdu

Air Pollution and Outdoor Recreation on Urban Trails: A Case Study of the Elizabeth River Trail, Norfolk

James E. McCann, Chris A. B. Zajchowski, Eddie L. Hill, Xihe Zhu
2021 Atmosphere  
Poor air quality represents a significant health risk for individuals engaging in recreation activities outdoors in urban parks and trails.  ...  We also used recreation choice frameworks to examine the effects of visitors' perceptions of air quality (AQ) and health benefits on trail use.  ...  Additionally, thanks are due to the Elizabeth River Trail Foundation and former Executive Director, Cheryl White, who provided access to their listserv and social media accounts following the declaration  ... 
doi:10.3390/atmos12101304 fatcat:i3rx2zisxnahjpfzwdimjajoni

The Role of Public Visual Art in Urban Space Recognition [chapter]

Anna Januchta-Szostak
2010 Cognitive Maps  
There are two main aspects emerging from this line of research: 1) significance and expression of multimedia and new media art in the physical urban space, and 2) perception and popularization of public  ...  New communication technologies change the perception of urban space as well as its use (McCullough, 2004) , which causes the devaluation of urban public spaces significance as the areas of social integration  ...  The Role of Public Visual Art in Urban Space Recognition, Cognitive Maps, Karl Perusich (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-044-5, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/cognitive-maps/the-role-of-public-visual-art-in-urban-space-recognition  ... 
doi:10.5772/7120 fatcat:hkxv5xv54jastinc5hevyltnca

Urban–rural differences in perception of trees described by parents bringing up children in Warsaw and Jedlińsk, Poland

Magdalena Wojnowska-Heciak, Magdalena Błaszczyk, Marzena Suchocka, Joanna Kosno-Jończy
2020 PeerJ  
The most important difference appeared in the way urban and rural parents perceived the aspects of danger.  ...  Parents' attitudes to trees and nature are reflected not only in their children's outdoor activity, but also in the way they perceive, learn and value the environment.  ...  The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj.8875 pmid:32296604 pmcid:PMC7150541 fatcat:pr3nhvlharbkzinamj5eog2ykm

Perceptions of Nature and Access to Green Space in Four Urban Neighborhoods

Justine S. Sefcik, Michelle C. Kondo, Heather Klusaritz, Elisa Sarantschin, Sara Solomon, Abbey Roepke, Eugenia C. South, Sara F. Jacoby
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The primary aim of this study is to assess attitudes towards nature and use of green space in urban areas.  ...  Additionally, we describe participants' reactions to the idea of a pediatrician-delivered prescription for outdoor green space exposure for a child in their care.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript; or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16132313 pmid:31261862 pmcid:PMC6651051 fatcat:cycb4hoa2nfinjmsxefvt2dvii

Revealing the Potential of Public Places: Adding a New Digital Layer to the Existing Thematic Gardens in Thessaloniki Waterfront [chapter]

Tatiana Ruchinskaya, Konstantinos Ioannidis, Kinga Kimic
2019 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This chapter considers the possibilities of extensive outdoor use of digital media technologies in traditional forms of spatial experiences.  ...  The use of communication technologies in public open spaces has become significant for the outdoor experiences of people and the relationship between users and technologically mediated outdoor activities  ...  The combination of digital narrative experiences and real time events uncovers social capital of the Gardens and their hidden meanings beyond the urban form, giving people new insights, increasing the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-13417-4_15 fatcat:hlov42yny5fbtef7p3xbjbro7q

Enhancing active living and physical exercise through environmentally friendly policies in urban areas

Charilaos Kouthouris, Aglaia Zafeiroudi, Sotirios Georgomanos, Evangelia Kontogianni
2021 Physical Culture and Sport: Studies and Research  
The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between citizens' levels of exercise participation in urban open spaces and the provision of exercise-friendly policies by the local authorities  ...  Three hundred and seventy citizens participated in the present study who took part in walking, bicycling, or jogging/ running during their leisure time in urban open spaces and outdoors.  ...  Moreover, social media marketing strategies and campaigns have been adopted to emphasize the benefits of physical activity to the masses.  ... 
doi:10.2478/pcssr-2021-0018 fatcat:5xtqxth4hzfqdnfbyzmkucb55y

Social Activity in Gothenburg's Intermediate City: Mapping Third Places through Social Media Data

Marco Adelfio, Leticia Serrano-Estrada, Pablo Martí-Ciriquián, Jaan-Henrik Kain, Jenny Stenberg
2020 Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy  
It aims to explore the degree to which this segment of the city exhibits urban activity and social life through the identification of activity areas in the so-called Third Places.  ...  the intermediate city's urban activity areas and socially preferred urban spaces.  ...  Density is also expressed in terms of dwellings per hectare.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12061-020-09338-3 fatcat:qxzq6wmrlrglxnqbtetc7yma5m

Community Participation Strategies in Planning for Urban Parks

Kamarul Bahrain Shuib, Habsah Hashim, Nurul Akmaniza Mohd Nasir
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
on park values and describes some of the strategies and the applicability of these strategies in park planning.  ...  The outcome of this research offers essential insights on the preferences and community values towards successful urban parks.  ...  Acknowledgements This study is made possible by continuous support of Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.10.236 fatcat:os5bjtmeabeozam7cfkmcm66ve

Risk Perception on Haze Pollution and Willingness to Pay for Self-Protection and Haze Management in Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand

Sukanya Sereenonchai, Noppol Arunrat, Duangporn Kamnoonwatana
2020 Atmosphere  
The highest average price of willingness to pay was found in the urban area.  ...  Key findings on risk perception found that urban respondents living in the lowest areas were more familiar with and experienced more effects from serious haze, while having the least trust in the local  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their comments and suggestions to improve this paper. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/atmos11060600 fatcat:c5irikeiw5copi7zvdycucnrei

Disparity in Perceptions of Social Values for Ecosystem Services of Urban Green Space: A Case Study in the East Lake Scenic Area, Wuhan

Yuanyuan Chen, Xinli Ke, Min Min, Peng Cheng
2020 Frontiers in Public Health  
values, and further explored the underlying environmental conditions in the East Lake scenic area, Wuhan.  ...  Existing research on the social values of urban green space often focusses on the perspective of urban inhabitants rather than tourists, even though tourists are also major beneficiaries.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to acknowledge contributions by a bundle of collaborators. We appreciate the comments of two reviewers that significantly contributed to improve the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2020.00370 pmid:33117766 pmcid:PMC7550722 fatcat:f452hxqz75ekjcus53dfgbx6bu

Expanding the Role of Biodiversity in Laypeople's Lives: The View of Communicators

Michiel J. D. Hooykaas, Menno Schilthuizen, Ionica Smeets
2020 Sustainability  
Based on communicators' perceptions potential lies in a combination of direct exposure to biodiversity outdoors, the media, and education.  ...  and challenges for expanding the role of biodiversity in people's lives in an increasingly urban world.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12072768 fatcat:kdshofa5yneqzfkcgdc4qcbogm

Marketing, art and voices of dissent

Georgios Patsiaouras, Anastasia Veneti, William Green
2017 Marketing Theory  
art within the occupied space of a social movement.  ...  Collecting and analyzing empirical data from the Umbrella Movement, our findings explore the interrelationships between arts marketing technologies and the creativity and artistic expression of the protest  ...  Oakes and Warnaby (2011) examined how outdoor musical events transform the environment and contribute in attracting audiences and changing consumers' perceptions of urban spaces.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470593117724609 fatcat:x5zc2dsetvcs3cmkfmswnzou2q

Crowd-Sourced City Images: Decoding Multidimensional Interaction between Imagery Elements with Volunteered Photos

Yao Shen, Yiyi Xu, Lefeng Liu
2021 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The aggregation of the data from different social media platforms is proven as a necessity of calibrating the unbiased scope of the city image. Any specific data can hardly capture the whole sample.  ...  The outputs are interdependent elements, typologies of elements, imagery areas, and preferences for groups, which are essential for urban design processes.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi10110740 fatcat:r4z4xcortffunfmorjk6hgft3y

Revealing Cultural Ecosystem Services through Instagram Images: The Potential of Social Media Volunteered Geographic Information for Urban Green Infrastructure Planning and Governance

Paulina Guerrero, Maja Steen Møller, Anton Stahl Olafsson, Bernhard Snizek
2016 Urban Planning  
This study explores how social media VGI can be used to document spatial tendencies regarding citizens' uses and perceptions of urban nature with relevance for urban green space governance.  ...  With the prevalence of smartphones, new ways of engaging citizens and stakeholders in urban planning and governance are emerging.  ...  Reinhard Böcker for his guidance, the City of Copenhagen's Sharing Copenhagen office for their collaboration and the thousands of Instagrammers who provided the data for this research.  ... 
doi:10.17645/up.v1i2.609 fatcat:q4gkcnrxmjbulbgcnniufj2uxa
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