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Author Vis, Benjamin N.

Title Built environments, constructed societies [electronic resource] : inverted spatial analysis / Benjamin N. Vis.

Imprint Leiden : Sidestone Press, c2009.


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 Axe ProQuest E-Book  Electronic Book    ---  Available
Description xi, 179 p. : ill.
Note Originally presented as: Thesis (M.Phil.)--Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden, 2009.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 168-179).
Contents Biographic-calls -- Content-wise -- Subjectivist Objectification -- Chapter 1. Axes of Developing Societies -- Epistemology -- Axis of Time - Absolute Time -- Axis of Time - Social Time -- Axis of Time - Subjective Time -- Axis of Human Action - Disciplined Humanism -- Axis of Human Action - Max Weber -- Axis of Human Action - Ludwig von Mises -- Axis of Human Action - Alfred Schutz -- Axis of Human Action - Michel de Certeau -- Axis of Human Space - Existentialism and Embodiment -- Axis of Human Space - Territoriality and Proxemics -- Axis of Human Space - Built Environment -- Axis of Human Space - Space Syntax -- Chapter 2. Along Disciplinary Lines -- Foundations of Human Geography -- New Geography, New Archaeology -- Present and Future Discource -- Social Evolutionism -- Culture History, Culture Areas -- Chapter 3. Processes of Becoming -- Time-geography and Structuration -- Introducing Allan Pred, Criticising Anthony Giddens -- Place and the Social -- Place beyond Structuration -- Towards Place as Historically Contingent Process -- What about the Built Environment? -- Chapter 4. Theorising towards Datasets -- From Regionalisation and Culture Areas -- Towards Regionalisation and Culture Areas -- Constructing Detailed Systemisation -- Towards Built Environments -- Chapter 5. Theoretical Integration for Datasets -- Some Fundamentals -- Social Positioning of Spatialities -- Spatial Datasets, Interpretive Issues -- Spatial Features -- Boundaries and the Macro Scale -- Disputation of Potentialities -- Are Things Stirring in Archaeology? -- Basing a Theory -- Building a Theory -- A Methodological Turn -- Concluding Remarks.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subject Social archaeology.
Archaeology -- Philosophy.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author ProQuest (Firm)
Added Title Inverted spatial analysis
ISBN 9088900388
9789088901317 (e-book)

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