Configuration and context: a study of spatial patterns in social encounters
In this thesis we shall attempt to show the way in which occasions of face-to-face interaction are spatially structured, and how this spatial structuring is related to the immediate context of the gathering. A series of detailed observations of gatherings in an urban pedestrian setting will be reported and analysed from the point of view of their relationship to the physical and social features of the setting itself. These observations will lead us to propose some of the ways in...[Show more]
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