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Unformatted text preview: population growth in cities after years of being concentrated there and the development of the suburbs, especially because of the movement of the middle classes there. 2. . designed by mall construction spets with certain objectives in mind, Gottdiener tells us that the design of the mall (including its signs and symbols) follow two principles: 1) promote purchasing; sell as much as possible 2) create an urban ambiance, which suburban dwellers crave These design principles play out in four ways: 1) the motif of the mall 2) the design of the building of the mall 3) the instrumental signs inside the mall 1 4) the ways malls engineer pedestrian flows 3. Brief discussion of article “The Shopping Mall as Consumer Habitat by Peter H. Bloch, Nancy M. Ridgway, and Scott A. Dawson” --used to illustrate Gottdiener’s point, but do not need to memorize specifics for exam 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course GEOG 3 taught by Professor Tallon during the Winter '06 term at UCLA.
- Winter '06