GEOGRAPHIES OF EXCLUSION - GEOGRAPHIES OF EXCLUSION Social...

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GEOGRAPHIES OF EXCLUSION Social Factors February 17, 2010 Designing the Pubic S -Before the Industrial Revolution, the landscape and public spaces were difficult Who constitutes the public?- Is it a social totality -Ideal public- aristocrats, working force, money users -Counter Public- teenagers, elderly, not the working force -Community- is different than public -they share similar beliefs and incomes where public is divers -How can we define public space?- forms the idea public space= not open space Geographies of Exclusion- Why do we need public spaces- we have to see differences to be aware of our social identities? -The only settings where we can see differences and drop our masks. -Gov Authority- regulates and excludes threats. -Land Values and consumption- -Public health and well-being- difference between teenagers and others -Safety- need to protect land owners 3 modes of regulation- 1) Regulating institutions and functions a. Who should be the tenants and service providers b. What function of these 2) Regulating people a. What kind of people do you want? 3)
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