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  • Skitmore, Martin; Runeson, Goran (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008)
    The aim ofthis chapter is to look briefly at theories in general, before concentrating on scientific theories - how they are used, structured, tested and verified. The research that usesthe kind of scientific theories we ...
  • Obeng-Odoom, Franklin (Nova Science Publishers, 2010)
    There is considerable support for the development of the secondary mortgage market in Ghana. A secondary mortgage market, proponents argue, would be a panacea to the housing problems in Ghana. However, the studies on ...
  • Verghese, George (Middlesex University Press, 2007)
  • Kaji-O'Grady, Sandra (A&S Books, 2009)
    Throughout the twentieth century, common techniques for conceiving and composing works of art were applied to different media and to disparate disciplines. Abstraction, narrative and anti-narrative techniques, indeterminacy ...
  • Cook, Eric; Garduno Freeman, Cristina (Peter Lang, 2011)
    Cook and Garduno Freeman argue that social networks such as Flickr function as public repositories of personal photography that challenge and democratize the authority of traditional institutions of memory, like libraries ...
  • Rice, Charles (Routledge, 2009)
    To develop this reading, this chapter investigates a series of experiences and cultural forms that constitute the intimate metropolis: the domestic interior, the shopping arcade, the cinema, and a series of figures which ...
  • Soviets 
    Wallen, Lawrence (Zhdk (Zurich Hochschule der Kunste/Zurich University of the Arts), 2009)
    A series on Scenography by the Zurich University of the Arts. Published with the support of the Swiss National Science Foundation
  • Ghosh, Sumita (Routledge, 2013)
    Sustainability of a human settlement is significantly influenced by a very wide range of factors, including spatial distributions of transport networks and land-use pallerns, resource demand and associated environmental ...
  • Benjamin, Andrew (Thames and Hudson, 2004)
  • Ghosh, Sumita (CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, 2012)
    This chapter in the 'Future Trends' section of the book focuses on understanding issues associated with local food production and its potential from energy and environmental sustainability perspectives. It reviews barriers ...
  • O'Mahony, Marie (Earthscan, 2011)
  • Wallen, Lawrence; Brejzek, Thea; Haegen, Gesa (Suhrkamp, 2009)
    Moving through theatre and architecture in relationship to scenography the chapter positions the emerging field of scenography in the current debate within the spatial sciences.
  • De Valence, Gerard (Spon Press, 2011)
    Broadly, there are three views of CE. The first follows Hillebrandt and her definition of CE as the application of 'economics to the study of the construction firm, the construction process and the construction industry. ...
  • Titmarsh, Mark (Liverpool Hope University Press, 2008)
    At a certain point in the late 20lh century the word "aesthetics" withdrew from active service in the theoretical vocabulary of art. It had become both too universal and too particular. Too universal in that everything ...
  • Clark-Coolee, B. (Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2007)
  • Thomas, Leena; Baird, George (Routledge, 2010)
    The Torrent Research Centre building in Ahmedabad was completed and fully occupied in 1997 as the new research facilities for Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd (Figure 31,1). The building design has achieved national awards ...
  • Killen, Catherine; Jugdev, Kam; Drouin, Nathalie; Petit, Yvan (Copenhagen Business School Press, 2013)
  • Stoppani, Teresa (Routledge, 2008)
    This edited collection addresses the vital role of the imagination in the critical interpretation of architectural representations. By challenging the contemporary tendency for computer-aided drawings to become mere 'models' ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    Many explanations are presented for the social role of fashion in modern life. The structure and form of Western European clothes are not simply a matter of adornment, or social interaction, nor are they vessels for ...
  • Van Overveld, Kees; Dorst, Kees (Elsevier, 2009)
    Design is a. human activity in which we create plans for the creation of artifacts that aim to have value for a prospective user of the artifact, to assist the user in his/her effort to attain certain goals. These goals ...