Place, Space, Identity: A Spatial Semiotics of the Urban Vernacular in Global Cities

Jun 30th, 2015
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Although urban communities in global cities appear quite different, particularly at first glance, spatial semiotic analysis reveals similarities in ‘glocalized’ spaces. People change the meaning of social spaces by changing the way these places look, through their activities and by their presence

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