Psychogeography and Psychology - Concepts for Critical Psychology (Paperback)Alexander John Bridger (author)
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Psychogeography considers the effect of the geographical environment on people's emotions and behavior. It also provides the tools for a critical engagement with our built environment and contains the potential for its conceptual independence from the narrow dictates of shopping, work and transport. This volume is the first to address thoroughly the relation between psychology and psychogeography, and to pull together all the key theories, approaches and debates that have characterized work in this area to date. Drawing on multi-disciplinary research and international site-specific fieldwork examples, Psychogeography and Psychology offers a unique and essential intervention in the field for interested scholars and students from a wide range of backgrounds.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 172
Dimensions: 216 x 140 mm
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